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SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge
Twenge to Talk about Generation Me
The public is invited to hear Twenge, Feb. 28, provide a behind-the-scenes look at the data on how generations differ.
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Little Mysteries, Big Discoveries
With funding from a prestigious grant, professor Forest Rohwer and a research team will explore the global epicenter of marine biodiversity.
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Biggest SDSU News in 2012
Take a look back at top SDSU headlines this past year.
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High-tech Cerebral Palsy Research
An SDSU professor uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.
These photomicrograph cardiac stem cells isolated from mouse hearts clustered together in the shape of a heart.
Tissue Regeneration at Heart of New Institute
SDSU's Integrated Regenerative Research Institute aims to harness the power and healing potential of stem cells.
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Healing Opportunities for Diverse Students
A $2.8 million NIH grant increases support of an SDSU program that prepares students for doctoral and science careers worldwide.
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Scientists Partner to Protect Environment
A $1.3 Million NSF award will send an SDSU-led research team to China.
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Research Tops $127 Million
Nearly 800 grants and contracts funded SDSU research on climate change, early childhood development, renewable energy and more in 2011-12.
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Focus on Strategy for Long-Term Success
All-University Convocation also included the presentation of Awards for Outstanding Faculty Contributions to the university, more commonly known as Montys.
A cross section of a newley transplanted cardiac stem cell.
Rejuvenating Aged Hearts
SDSU Heart Institute researchers successfully rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue with modified stem cells.
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