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The hawksbill turtles were once considered extinct in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Photo courtesy of Clark Anderson/Aquaimages.
Saving Sea Turtles
An SDSU graduate student helps uncover a hawksbill population once considered extinct in the Pacific Ocean.
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Targeting Killer Bacteria
Research into genetically specific therapies to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria is the target of a new NIH grant.
Photo montage for bionic research
Better, Faster, Stronger
SDSU engineers work to invent brain-controlled bionics
The Campaign for SDSU flag logo
The Campaign for SDSU
SDSU launches a historic $500 million fundraising campaign.
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Business Admin Launches New Degree
The master's of science degree in information systems focuses on information technology.
Elliot Hirshman
Everything New at SDSU
From the new president to the Starbucks in East Commons, find out about changes on campus this fall.
Bob Wolfson
SDSU Research Foundation Welcomes New Director
Bob Wolfson looks forward to helping facilitate the university's research agenda.
Sadia Mohsin
Stem Cells Mend Broken Hearts
Sadia Mohsin's study showed genetically-engineered human cardiac stem cells helped improve heart conditions after heart attacks in mice.
A 2-by-2 centimeter organic solar cell produced in SDSU MEMS Research Lab.
Students Conceive Next-Gen Solar Cells
SDSU graduate engineering students win a fellowship to help bring innovative product to market.
Adam Steel and Eric Saldivar
Unsheltered Youth
SDSU alumnus Adam Steel shines a light on America’s 1.6 million homeless youth.
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