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An Apple a Day
San Diego health advocates team up to create healthy eating incentives for low-income families.
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SDSU Team Advances in Global Competition
SDSU’s X-Team is now one of 33 teams competing for the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE.
Mark Sussman, a distinguished professor of biology at SDSU, and one of his student researchers.
SDSU Receives $8.5M for Heart Research
Led by Mark Sussman, researchers are using stem cells to develop new heart treatments.
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Worlds With Two Suns
Professor William Welsh recounts the search for planets that orbit two suns in a new story in Scientific American.
Upon reaching safety on board the zodiac, Steven Quistad, left, and Forest Rohwer breathe a sigh of relief after a close call while diving in Franz Josef Land, Russia. Photo by Andrew Mann/NatGeo
Back from the Arctic
Back from a National Geographic Pristine Seas Expedition in the Arctic, SDSU researchers talk about what they discovered.
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Path to Excellence
Mobilizing the expertise of its faculty, SDSU is building new areas of research distinction.
Meet the Researchers
SDSU faculty are collaborating to build areas of excellence at SDSU.
Researchers Affirm Dangers of Drinking during Pregnancy
The reminder coincides with International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day.
Fruit Flies Give Insight into Human Health
Sanford Bernstein leads a research team to unlock new treatments for human muscle and cardiac diseases.
Mayes and the research team uncovered several human and animal remains as well as pottery and other artifacts.
Bio-Archaeological Dig Exposes Ancient Culture
SDSU Anthropology Professor Arion Mayes spent the summer excavating primitive burial grounds in Oaxaca, Mexico.
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