After discovering the structure of a critical protein COVID-19 uses to replicate, published by a group from Lubeck University in Germany, computer science sophomore McClane Howland and medicinal chemistry professor Scott Eagon have been collaborating to test molecules that could prevent the virus from replicating.
A team of Cal Poly business students won first place in the 2020 Mulroy Real Estate Challenge on April 3, among 26 other teams from top universities.
An engineering professor and two of his students have been collaborating to design low-cost ventilators that could potentially be used to treat COVID-19 patients.
A part of University Housing, agriculture housing consists of house-like units located at the many different agricultural production units on campus, such as the beef, equine and poultry units.
Cal Poly construction management students set two school records for most first place wins and most teams placed at the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition Feb. 5 through 8 in Sparks, Nevada.
Students used artificial intelligence to generate original landscape pictures, a result of pitting two types of artificial neuron networks together — the generator and the classifier.
What used to be an empty space filled with grass and weeds on the outskirts of campus is now a flourishing garden complete with flowers, fruits, vegetables and even chickens.
Their mission? To build a robot that can drill through rocks and sand, and extract clean water from the ice beneath it while simultaneously taking measurements.
In August 2019, the car reached a peak speed of 51 mph, just a few miles short of breaking the world record.
A growing number of students are advocating for the legalization of electric skateboarding on campus as the use of alternative transportation devices is on the rise. Architecture freshman Ethan Manaster is a proponent of electric skateboarding and is one of…