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The researchers believe their discovery could influence the prevention and treatment of infections.
New Immune System Discovered
A research team, led by Jeremy Barr, a biology post-doctoral fellow, unveils a new immune system that protects humans and animals from infection.
Research shows some non-smoking guest rooms in smoking hotels are as polluted with third hand smoke as are some smoking rooms.
Non-smokers Beware
A new study out of SDSU advises non-smokers to shun hotels operating partial smoking bans.
The SDSU XPRIZE Team includes more than 60 members from five SDSU colleges.
From Trekkie to Techie
A team at SDSU is working on a "Star Trek" inspired device that could revolutionize health care.
Mars Rover Curiosity
Putting a Car on Mars
Seven of the eight SDSU alumni who helped put the Rover 'Curiosity' on Mars will visit campus and give a lecture on April 19.
An artist’s rendition of the Kepler-62f exoplanet.
Astronomers Discover Two Habitable Zone “Super Earths”
A team of astronomers, including two from SDSU, have discovered two Earth-like planets with the potential to support life.
An example of a joined wing plane. Copyright: Luciano Demasi & Rauno Cavallaro
Shaping the Future of Aviation
A team of SDSU researchers is nationally recognized for their work on the aeroelasticity of joined-wing airplanes.
Ayers and his team  finds that Google searches for information about all major mental illnesses and problems follow seasonal patterns.
Can a Google Search Predict Mental Health?
Researchers led by SDSU research professor, John W. Ayers, discovered how Google searches about mental illness follow seasonal patterns.
Professor Kelly Doran and Erin Fletcher in the Doran Lab
Harvard Beckons
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran's microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
SDSU alumna Ellen Ochoa
Houston, We Have an Aztec
Ellen Ochoa, '80, is director of NASA's Johnson Space Center.
For her outstanding contributions as a scientist, mentor and campus leader, Emmorey will present the 23rd Albert W. Johnson Research Lecture on Friday, March 15.
Deep in Thought
Karen Emmorey, a professor of speech, language and hearing sciences, is the 2013 Albert W. Johnson Research Lecturer.
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