• A group of smiling diverse students at graduation.

    CSUN Earns National Social Mobility Innovator Award

  • Richard Foos, Janet Garufis and the Hon. D. Zeke Zeidler are the 2018 CSUN Distinguished Alumni Awards honorees.

    Trailblazers Are 2018 CSUN Distinguished Alumni

  • 3 Wins student instructors.

    3 Wins Fitness Promotes Healthy Lifestyles

  • Alumni Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera appear nightly on CNBC's Nightly Business Report on PBS.

    Alumni Anchor PBS Nightly Business Report

  • Photo montage of members of ¡La Nueva Cuba! The Next Generation.

    An Evening of Next-Gen Cuban Music, April 21

COE Self-Care Activities Week 11

April 16, 2018


Take a healing break on Tuesday, April 17th Tax Day! Attend this Tuesday's self-care activity, meditation with sound healing, which will be held from 2:00-2:30 in the CTL Conference Room.  Read more

Hundreds of helium compounds could be hiding in Earth’s mantle

Now, Eva Zurek from State University of New York at Buffalo, Mao-sheng Miao from California State University Northridge and colleagues have discovered helium can react with salts that have an uneven number of anions and cations, like magnesium fluoride, MgF2. While magnesium fluoride is expected to only be stable at pressures equivalent to those at the Earth’s centre – 300GPa – calcium fluoride might react with the noble gas at pressures as low as 30GPa. This is despite the fact that helium doesn’t actually form any chemical bonds. -- Chemistry World