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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.
John Elder, Guadalupe Ayala, Margarita Holguin and Lisa Hoffman
San Diego Prevention Research Center Receives Two Awards
The academic-community organization was one of 11 nationwide prevention research centers honored.
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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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Local Churches Help Latinas Get Healthy
An SDSU-UCSD Cancer Center Comprehensive Partnership study looks to faith-based organizations to inspire physical fitness.
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SDSU No. 7 in Nation for Hispanic Undergraduate Degrees
Hispanic Outlook's Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics also ranks SDSU among the top 25 for master's degrees.
Shinya Yamanaka
Kyoto Prizewinner Reflects on Stem-Cell Breakthrough
Researcher Shinya Yamanaka mixed laughs with his life's work during his Kyoto Prize Symposium lecture.
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