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Brazilian President Lula da Silva with crowd of people
Stars Offer Incentive to Quit
SDSU research finds people are more likely to want to quit smoking when celebrities with cancer make headlines.
A pair of African Elephants
Saving African Elephants
SDSU’s Scott Kelley is working with a team to study African elephants and their water sources.
Man looking through a microscope
Research Spotlight
A sampling of recent research grants awarded to SDSU faculty from a variety of disciplines.
Jeremy Barr researching in a lab
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
Ming-Hsiang Tsou shows results on his computer
Hashtag Health
SDSU geography professor Ming-Hsiang Tsou's method of using Twitter to track the spread of influenza is producing results.
Young Latina girl with hula hoop
Creating a Healthier Country
Gregory Talavera and Guadalupe X. Ayala are the new co-directors of SDSU’s Institute for Behavioral and Community Health.
Mark Sussman, a distinguished professor of biology at SDSU, and one of his student researchers.
SDSU Receives $8.5M for Heart Research
Led by Mark Sussman, researchers are using stem cells to develop new heart treatments.
Student Research Symposium winners pose with awards
Student Researchers Wanted
Faculty, community members and students are invited to participate in the Student Research Symposium.
Mahasweta Sarkar at her desk
Generating Change
Mahasweta Sarkar's engineering research is moving society toward a highly networked future.
Woman smoking a cigarette
Kicking the Habit
Research shows that smokers worldwide are more likely to think about quitting on Mondays.
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