Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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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
SDSU Pedestrian Bridge (Photo: Jim Brady)
This Month on NewsCenter
The past year saw SDSU scientists exploring the microscopic world, the universe at large, and everything in between. (Photo: Jeffrey Brown)
Top Research Stories of 2016
AVATAR can detect changes in physiology and behavior during interviews with travelers. (Credit: Aaron Elkins)
The Lie-Detecting Security Kiosk of the Future
A new and rare species of succulent found only in of Baja California was named Dudleya hendrixii after the guitar virtuoso. (Photo: Stephen McCabe)
Jimi Hendrix Lends New Plant Species His Name
A new report puts the economic impact of the nation’s 41 college football bowl games at $1.5 billion annually. (Photo: Ryan Schuler)
The Economic Impact of College Football Bowl Games
A rendering of the early marsupial relative, Didelphodon vorax. (Illustration: Misaki Ouchida)
Going Tooth-to-Tooth with Dinosaurs
Kaveh Akbari Hamed with SQ1 in the background. (Photo: Michael Price)
A Leg Up for Prosthetics