Friday, March 23, 2018

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International Space Station (Credit: NASA)
Material Engineering in the Final Frontier
Lalo Alcaraz (’86)
The SDSU Alumni Behind “Coco”
Nancy Nguyen
A Personal Exploration
A species of Australian funnel-web spider. (Credit: Marshal Hedin)
World’s Most Venomous Spiders Are Actually Cousins
Frans B. M. de Waal (Credit:
Provost’s Distinguished Lecture Scheduled for Feb. 20
Charles W. Hostler Institute on World Affairs
Hostler Lecture Examines New National Security Era
SDSU computer scientist Rob Edwards
A Novel Virus’s Cousins Are Surprisingly Abundant
Erika Robb Larkins
Olá to SDSU’s New Brazil Program Director
Derick Abrigu
Crossing Borders in Search of Answers
An SDSU student speaks during a presentation. (Photo: Jeffrey Brown)
SDSU Helps Develop USA Trade Guide
Dr. Burt Nelson (left) and Dr. Clifford Smith at the Mount Laguna Observatory. (Credit: SDSU Special Collections)
Celebrating 120 Years of SDSU Science and Research
A kelp forest from the bottom up on Yunaska Island.
Dispatches from the Aleutians, Part 3