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An idea map can show the semantic similarities between millions of biomedical journal articles, giving a quick overview of the field.
Mapping Big Data
A new center at SDSU makes it possible to visualize the connections between diverse sets of data.
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SDSU Offers New Majors, Minors and Courses
SDSU welcomes students back to class with a variety of new courses, majors and minors.
Pascale Joassart-Marcelli
New Course Provides Hands-On Research Experience
The course teaches students about the local food environment and its effects.
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New Faculty - College of Arts and Letters
The College of Arts and Letters will welcome nine new faculty members.
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Gifts of the Week
The Campaign for SDSU has reached $494 million.
Trent Biggs working
7 Things About Trent Biggs
Trent Biggs, a geography professor, is interested in how humans impact the planet.
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Is Southeastern San Diego's "Food Desert" a Mirage?
SDSU geographers analyzed the food landscape of Southeastern San Diego and found reasons for optimism.
A map indicates how many animals are in a certain region
Catching the Right Critters
New analysis reveals the complex and interconnected nature of the accidental capture of marine megafauna across the world.
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Ghosts of Climates Past
Research on historical climates could improve predictions for our planet’s future.
Multiple scenarios for earthquakes within the Georgia Basin underneath Vancouver indicate that earthquakes would be amplified. Image credit: Sheri Molnar and Kim Olsen.
"Sedimentary Bathtub" Amplifies Earthquakes
A subterranean basin of stiff soil beneath Vancouver might make earthquakes there more severe than expected, a San Diego State seismologist finds.
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