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Presentation during 2011 Symposium
Student Research Symposium Comes to Love Library
The two-day event will showcase student accomplishments across a number of disciplines.
Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
Undergrad Research Focus of $250K Grant
SDSU scientists and student researchers will study the connection between climate change and the spread of infectious disease.
Timber rattlesnakes
Rattlesnakes Not So Cold Hearted
SDSU biologist Rulon Clark finds the slithery creatures tend to stick with family.
Kristian Brown
Alums Dubbed Emerging Scholars
Two graduates of SDSU’s Minority Access to Research Careers program are recognized for their academic research by Diverse magazine.
Photo: Myosin protein from The Journal of Molecular Biology, Elsevier
Muscle Man
Research on the lowly fruit fly may uncover new treatments for human muscle disease.
Children at Camp Addis in Ethiopia
Camp of Good Hope
SDSU building global partnership with Hole in the Wall camps
Artist
Explosion in the Andromeda Galaxy
An SDSU astronomer confirmed a rare recurrent nova eruption.
A young woman directs actors during filming.
Women Hit the Celluloid Ceiling
The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film finds little progress for women working in film.
An artist
The Doctor Will Cure You Now
Unconventional research targets killer bacteria.
elderly woman
'Sixth Sense' Linked to Falls
Researchers believe improving 'proprioception' may help prevent deadly injuries among the elderly.
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