Saturday, February 25, 2017

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An SDSU student discusses his research at last year
Brilliance and Creativity on Display
Actresses Katie Holmes (left) and Dianne Wiest at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C.
Leading Actresses in Hollywood
The fMRI scans show regions of over- and underconnectivity between the cerebellum and cerebral cortex in young people with autism spectrum disorder.
What’s New at SDSU: Psychology
Sam Kassegne, deputy director for the CSNE at SDSU, and colleagues developed electrodes made out of glassy carbon. (Credit: Sam Kassegne)
Big Improvements to Brain-Computer Interface
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Supersonic Science in SDSU’s Wind Tunnel Complex
Construction engineering graduates pose for a photo prior to commencement in 2016. (Photo: Nicole Borunda)
Helping Students Ease on Down the Road
Glock 17 with a cable lock (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/Kencf0618)
Is Gun Violence a Public Health Issue?
In 2016, just seven percent of the top 250 domestic grossing films were directed by women. (Photo: Tallgrass Pictures)
Gender Inequality in Hollywood
Self-driving cars, ride-sharing and vehicles produced to wirelessly communicate are becoming more common.
Driving The Future of Transportation Infrastructure
Michele Goetz (’92) was appointed the new associate vice president and executive director of the SDSU Research Foundation last year.
Getting to Know Michele Goetz
Jeremy Caplan graduated from SDSU in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
Ask An Aztec: Jeremy Caplan
SDSU professor Aaron Blashill
Surprising At-Risk Group for Skin Cancer