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Competing Globally
Aztecs inside the Mars testbed at NASA
From SDSU to Mars
Aztecs from the Class of 1980 through the Class of 2005 were part of the Mars Science Laboratory team.
A high-tech room full of computers.
Well Connected
A new NSF grant supports construction of a network for data-intensive research exchange.
Scuba diver surrounded by fish. Getty Images: Walter Frame
A Third of Marine Species Remain Undescribed
SDSU biology professor is one of 270 authors of first-ever comprehensive register of the world's marine species.
golden monkey
Scientists Partner to Protect Environment
A $1.3 Million NSF award will send an SDSU-led research team to China.
Mark Sussman
New Discoveries in Treating Heart Disease
World-renowned cardiac researchers will speak at a Nov. 8 symposium on campus.
A young tree iguana
Threats to Biodiversity Exposed
SDSU anthropologist Erin Riley and a group of 215 researchers from around the globe find an alarming decline in biodiversity.
skeleton in the class
Physical Therapy Doctorate Launches
The new doctoral program responds to a country-wide shortage of physical therapists.
Cassandra Cook plans to become a lawyer to create positive change.
Hearst Scholar Makes a Mark
SDSU student Cassandra Cook was recognized for outstanding achievement by a first-generation student.
Image of the rover Curiosity
Engineering the Rover
SDSU alumni are part of the team that sent Curiosity to Mars.
A Palaun meeting house or bai.
Education Island
SDSU's partnerships makes a big difference in a small community.
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