Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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International Space Station (Credit: NASA)
Material Engineering in the Final Frontier
Hannes Schraft is a Ph.D. student in the SDSU biology department.
SDSU Students Named Inamori Fellows
Fishing effort around the world must be reduced to maintain sustainable fish populations, maximize profits and save species endangered by bycatch. Credit: Sandip Dey/Wikimedia Commons
Fishing Less Would Save Profits and Endangered Species
A new SDSU study takes a deeper look into alcohol
Why the Buzzed Brain Thinks It Knows What It’s Doing
2017 Kyoto Prize laureate Takashi Mimura
SDSU Hosts Kyoto Prize Winner
2018 Student Research Symposium
10 SDSU Students Advance to CSU Student Research Competition
SDSU ecologist Megan Jennings (Credit: Lucas Halopoff)
SDSU Ecologist Heads Regional Climate Summit
An SDSU student poses in front of her work at last year
Student Research Symposium Returns
A species of Australian funnel-web spider. (Credit: Marshal Hedin)
World’s Most Venomous Spiders Are Actually Cousins
Toxic tobacco smoke residue remains even after casinos have implemented smoking bans.
Thirdhand Smoke Lingers in Casinos Months After Smoking Ban
Jessica Whitney (left) and SDSU professor Murray Jennex
SDSU Professor Honored as “Hero” By Anti-Human Trafficking Organization
Previous studies have shown public smoking bans are associated with health benefits among adults.
Study Shows Public Smoking Bans Benefit Children