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A photo of blue stars in space
Cauldrons of the Cosmos
Rachid Ouyed from the University of Calgary presents a tribute to Professor Richard "Doc" Morris about the origin of the chemical elements that make up our world on Friday, April 26.
An artist’s rendition of the Kepler-62f exoplanet.
Astronomers Discover Two Habitable Zone “Super Earths”
A team of astronomers, including two from SDSU, have discovered two Earth-like planets with the potential to support life.
American Indian Students Help Their Heritage
12 American Indian SDSU graduate students will complete a post-employment certificate program for American Indian and Alaskan Native rehabilitation.
More than 2 million new cases of preventable skin cancer are reported each year in the United States.
Resorts Nationwide Go Sun Smart
Researchers led by SDSU professor Peter Andersen have teamed up with 40 resorts to encourage vacationers to be smart about sun safety.
Ayers and his team  finds that Google searches for information about all major mental illnesses and problems follow seasonal patterns.
Can a Google Search Predict Mental Health?
Researchers led by SDSU research professor, John W. Ayers, discovered how Google searches about mental illness follow seasonal patterns.
Richard Louv, bestselling author, will be the keynote speaker for the conference.
Student-led Sustainability Conference
SDSU hosts bestselling author, Richard Louv, during a conference on sustainability concepts, progress and projects on April 13.
“The Cancer Play” is free to the public at 7:30 p.m. on April 12 and 13 at San Diego Lyceum Theatre.
Play Tells One Family’s Cancer Story
Based on research by SDSU Professor Wayne Beach, “The Cancer Play” highlights the importance of communication for cancer patients.
Visitors to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center touch an interactive screen to learn about Jewish history.
In Touch with Jewish Tolerance
SDSU professor, Risa Levitt Kohn, collaborates with other experts to create a new museum experience.
The view of Cape Town from their apartment.
Trailblazing Research in South Africa
The associations between HIV and hearing in children were studied in Cape Town. This is the first study of its kind to ever be conducted in South Africa.
Student President
Student Research Symposium Winners
The 2013 Student Research Symposium featured novel SDSU faculty and student findings across various disciplines.
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