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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

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Tom Abram and Bruce Appleyard
SDSU Wins SANDAG iCommute Diamond Award
Chemistry researcher Jing Gu is working on making fuel cell technology affordable and green. Video: Ethan Garcia for SDSU. Video Editing: Scott Hargrove
Mimicking Photosynthesis to Make Fuel Cells Affordable and Green
Aaraceli Saucedo (left), coordinator of SDSU
Solar Research Shimmers in Imperial Valley
SDSU students visiting Brazil study culture, ecology, urban development and many other topics
New Endowed Chair Strengthens Impact of SDSU Program on Brazil
Trent Biggs (Photo: Sandy Huffaker)
The Shape of Water
SDSU biochemist Jing Gu
SDSU Research Suggests Process for Lowering Cost of Hydrogen Fuel
Sustainability tours are available to learn about all the projects happening on campus.
The Red and Black is Keeping it Green
Desforestation in the Amazonian state of Maranhão
Brazil Program Spawns NSF Grants for Environmental Research
Lluvia Flores-Rentería
Research Horizons: Lluvia Flores-Rentería’s California Flora Research
SDSU’s Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union features a “green roof,” solar panels and low-flow faucets and toilets. (Photo: Paul Lang)
The Princeton Review Recognizes SDSU for Sustainability Initiatives
The new USDA grant will also expand research into sustainable farming practices.
How Should Your Garden Grow?
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

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