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Yan Wei Lim, SDSU graduate student and author on the paper, exploring corals in the southern Line Islands.
Sequencing at Sea
Scientists at SDSU overcame equipment failure, space constraints and shark-infested waters to sequence DNA in the middle of the Pacific.
Sarah Lynch outdoors
More Than a Mentorship
Sarah Lynch joined the Aztec Mentor Program and helped a student in ways neither she nor her mentee expected.
On the left is a coral-covered reef. On the right is one dominated by algae.
Rethinking the Reef
In a new study, an SDSU biologist dove deep into how algal and coral cover affect the microscopic life that call the reef home.
South Campus Plaza
Construction to Begin on South Campus Plaza
The new mixed-use project will feature community-serving retail as well as student housing.
A coral reef
Cellular Self-Destruction
A new study finds that humans and corals share a key biomechanical pathway that tells cells when to die.
Trent Biggs working
7 Things About Trent Biggs
Trent Biggs, a geography professor, is interested in how humans impact the planet.
Jungle book actors on stage
Dressing the Jungle
SDSU's "Jungle Book" is brought to life with quirky and playful costume designs.
Jungle Book actors on stage
The Jungle Book
SDSU’s rendition of the children’s classic will run from April 25 to May 4.
Skyline of San Diego
$1M Challenge to Hack Journalism
SDSU advances in the competition, winning $35K for an experiment using electronic sensors to test air quality in San Diego.
Kesennuma Harbor after the 2011 tsunami
The Resilience to Recover
Kotaro Nakamura's work in post-tsunami Japan yields new insights into disaster recovery.
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