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Influenza A virus
Flu Fighters
A new discovery from SDSU’s Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center finds the synthetic protein EP67 helps kick-start the immune system, preventing the flu.
Roldan
Music, Medicine Focus of Unique Honor
SDSU alumnus Carlos Roldán is one of 10 individuals selected for the presitigious program.
A mock-up of the application that won the San Diego Apps Challenge.
SDSU Alumnus Wins Apps Challenge
Computer Science alumnus Suhail Wakil’s XENERGY app won two awards in the AT&T San Diego Apps Challenge.
The sea otter is one of many marine mammals discussed in Berta
Dive into Marine Biology
SDSU professor Annalisa Berta pens a book for anyone with an interest in marine biology.
MESA logo
Summer Internships for MESA Students
Students studying mathematics, engineering and science are participating in summer internships.
John Gordon
John Gordon Returns to SDSU
Gordon will become director of the SDSU School of Art, Design and Art History again, effective July 2012.
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HIV, Hearing Loss Connected
SDSU research found children exposed to HIV in the womb are at increased risk for hearing loss.
Aztec volleyball player Kristi Jackels
Olympic Trajectory
Title IX anniversary recalls women's athletic achievements.
Ismael Reveles
Major Degrees by Minority Students
SDSU ranks No. 20 in nation for most bachelor’s degrees awarded to minorities.
PR Women Paid Less
Women working in public relations earn $8,000 less than men according to a new SDSU study.
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