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A laser is used in the particle generation process to create carbon nano particles.
Getting Out of Hot Water
SDSU engineering professor Fletcher Miller believes using air instead of water will make solar power production more efficient.
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Two Post Docs Receive Fellowship Awards
Mohsin Khan and Haruhiro Toko were given the awards by the American Heart Association.
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Two Aztecs Take Home CSU Research Awards
An undergraduate and graduate student earned honors at the 2011 California State University Student Research Competition.
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The Generosity of Friends
The Campaign for SDSU gains momentum with recent large gifts from several donors.
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BioScience Center Research Paves Way for Better Vaccines
A new vaccine platform could improve effectiveness and prevent more diseases.
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National Children's Study Begins San Diego Recruitment
It is the largest long-term study of children’s health ever conducted in the country.
Smallest Star Fire
Astronomers Find Fluctuations in Exploding Stars
New observations reveal pauses, flickers and flares not reliably seen before.
Lucy Kim, lab tech in SDSU BioScience Center research lab
Education of Discovery
Undergraduate students are leading beneficiaries of the expanding research enterprise at SDSU.
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A Better Look at Heart Disease
The BioScience Center's new imaging system will help track the spread of disease and damage after a heart attack.
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SDSU Research Foundation Adds Two New Board Members
Psychology's Elizabeth Klonoff joins the board, while speech, language and hearing sciences' Karen Emmorey is re-elected.
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