Friday, April 27, 2018

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San Diego River
Stewards of the San Diego River
Hannes Schraft is a Ph.D. student in the SDSU biology department.
SDSU Students Named Inamori Fellows
A species of Australian funnel-web spider. (Credit: Marshal Hedin)
World’s Most Venomous Spiders Are Actually Cousins
A new course at SDSU this semester teaches students viral discovery techniques.
New Course in Virus Hunting
MRI machine
An MRI Machine of Our Own
Bacterial virus, known as bacteriophage (Credit: TheBarrLab.org)
Top Research Stories of 2017
Infrared photograph of a rattlesnake. (Photo: Hannes Schraft)
Do Rattlers Like their Lizards Warm or Cool?
Bacterial virus, known as bacteriophage (Credit: TheBarrLab.org)
Phages Don’t Need Bacteria to Enter the Body
Eighteen SDSU students were awarded scholarships courtesy of the ARCS San Diego chapter.
Scholarships for High-Achieving STEM Students
SDSU biologist Walt Oechel
Wanted: Underrepresented Minorities to Help Save the Planet
Aztec Sports Medicine Association
Student Organization Spotlight: Aztec Sports Medicine Association
Coral reef
Sorting the Myriad Medicinal Molecules of Coral Reefs