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Congress Hears UAV Expert from SDSU
SDSU researcher Mike Hennig recently spoke in Washington D.C. about civilian uses of unmanned aerial vehicles.
SDSU student Ahmed Abdi with Kee Moon, Ph.D.
Mind-Body Connection
Kee Moon directs SDSU's Engineering Research Center with a goal to perfect brain-controlled bionics.
Stem Cells
Stem Cell Awareness, Oct. 3
An event advocating stem cell science will begin at 11 a.m., Oct. 3, in the Fowler Athletics Center Auditorium.
Veteran
Moral Injury of PTSD Examined
National PTSD expert Dr. Jonathan Shay will discuss combat veterans' mental health, Oct. 5, at the inaugural Jack McGrory lecture.
Robert Briggs
How to Get That Grant
A workshop by professor Robert Briggs presents tips on securing research grants.
Research funding
Research Tops $127 Million
Nearly 800 grants and contracts funded SDSU research on climate change, early childhood development, renewable energy and more in 2011-12.
Artist’s rendition of the Kepler-47 system. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle
Kepler Discovers Planetary System Orbiting Two Suns
Lead author SDSU astronomy professor Jerry Orosz said it's the first transiting circumbinary multi-planet system to be found.
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NIH Tabs SDSU Prof
Biology professor Sanford Bernstein will chair the NIH board on skeletal muscle and exercise physiology.
Pronouns
Study Tracks Rise of Feminine Pronouns
The use of male and female pronouns in books reflects changes in women's status during the 20th century.
Photo courtesy of UC Davis.
A Tail of Survival
SDSU biology professors discover that tail wagging helps squirrels defend against rattlesnakes.
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