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Robert Langer
Kyoto Symposium Honors a Creator
Registration is now open for the SDSU Kyoto Prize Symposium honoring Robert Langer, Sc.D.
No smoking
SDSU Remains Smoke Free
Smoke Free SDSU is a socially-enforced policy that affects all facilities owned and operated by the university or its auxiliaries.
An artist
SDSU Hosts the "Year of the Phage"
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the discovery of bacteriophage, scientists gathered to reflect on the field's history and speculate its future.
Yan Wei Lim
Top 10 Science and Research Stories of 2014
SDSU scientists and researchers made numerous contributions to their fields this year.
Managing expectations is key to keeping anxiety at bay over the holidays.
Festive Fretting
SDSU psychologists explain how to manage your anxiety around the holidays.
There are dozens of flu strains going around at any given time.
The Reason for the (Flu) Season
SDSU immunologist Joy Phillips explains why the flu shot might not be as effective this year.
Mark Sussman
SDSU's Top 5 Grants from the Past Year
Researchers succeeded in winning highly competitive federal funding in fiscal year 2013-14.
A deletion at one end of chromosome 11 is responsible for the rare genetic disorder known as Jacobsen syndrome.
A Link Between Jacobsen Syndrome and Autism
SDSU psychologist Sarah Mattson was part of a study which found that symptoms of autism were common in people with Jacobsen syndrome.
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Are Three Brain Imaging Techniques Better than One?
New NIH grants will allow SDSU psychologist Ralph-Axel Müller to explore the autistic brain using fMRI, EEG, and MEG brain imaging technologies in tandem.
Cardiac progenitor cells (green) in mice were shown to be infected by coxsackie virus (red).
A Stem Cell Link Between Coxsackie Virus and Heart Disease?
A new study by SDSU biologists has found that coxsackie virus infects cardiac progenitor cells, potentially setting up infected hearts for early failure.
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