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Darwin book
Darwin Still Rules!
A new book by Stanley Maloy, dean of the College of Sciences, asks scientists why evolutionary research matters.
COR reunion
Grad Research Program Concludes
Terry Cronan led a program that boosted graduate research opportunities for minority students studying mental health.
comic con
Conquering Comic-Con
Faculty show their connections to Comic-Con in a new poster session.
Ed Morgan
In Memoriam: Edward L. Morgan
His focus on moving basic science discovery from bench-to-bedside, was an important characteristic of his approach to science.
Influenza A virus
Flu Fighters
A new discovery from SDSU’s Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center finds the synthetic protein EP67 helps kick-start the immune system, preventing the flu.
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HIV, Hearing Loss Connected
SDSU research found children exposed to HIV in the womb are at increased risk for hearing loss.
Kimberley Miller
Four Aztecs Named Fulbright Scholars
Recent SDSU alumni and graduate students will travel around the world as part of the flagship international exchange program.
SDSU researcher Sarah Mattson
Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Examined
Findings by SDSU researchers will likely improve diagnosis, treatment and treatment strategies of prenatal alcohol exposed children.
Neutron Star
Neutron Cool
An SDSU astrophysicist presents a model for the rapid cooling of a neutron star 11,000 light-years away from Earth.
dirty office
Gross, Man!
SDSU researchers find office bacteria all around, especially in men's work stations.
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