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SDSU research uses enhanced anaerobic digestion to treat waste and generate methane gas from the co-digestion of waste and algal biomass.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Funds SDSU Research
The study will examine how microorganisms break down biodegradable materials in the absence of oxygen.
A man carries a baby following the evacuation of the Superdome following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Photo by the U.S. Navy
Communities in Crisis: Lessons from New Orleans
The free public forum will address how the lessons learned after Hurricane Katrina can be applied to San Diego.
HBSA student with high schoolers
Students Host Hispanic High School Conference
Sponsored by the Hispanic Business Student Association, the conference takes place Nov. 5.
Colleges Rock Hunger bin
Aztecs Dominate Food Drive
SDSU students, faculty and staff donated more than 54,000 pounds of food to the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank.
A female soldier speaks with an Afghan woman. Photo courtesy of Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force, NATO
Women Breaking Afghani Language Barriers
SDSU’s Language Acquisition Resource Center helps female soldiers connect with a critical part of Afghan society.
Jack McGrory
Former City Manager Gives $1.2M to Campaign for SDSU
Jack McGrory’s gift will support multiple initiatives and programs, including scholarships.
cheerleader at trolley
Aztecs Return to Football in Droves
Trolley ridership to the games is at an all-time high.
Elliot Hirshman and Robin Luby
Women Donors Fund Science Scholarships
Sixteen graduate students will benefit from $120,000 in scholarships from the local Achievement Rewards for College Scientists chapter.
sample under microscope
Research Brings in $145M
Funded projects include everything from life-saving technologies to sustainable energy.
SDSU programs promote physical activity and healthy habits among Latino residents in South San Diego County.
'Promotoras' Help Latinas Get Fit
A study of the community health model shows increased fitness and reduced blood pressure in participants.
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