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Two girls at the beach
Marine Bio Beats
Biology professor Jeremy Long led students from a local high school in creating a rap-inspired track that explores marine biology concepts.
A map indicates how many animals are in a certain region
Catching the Right Critters
New analysis reveals the complex and interconnected nature of the accidental capture of marine megafauna across the world.
A Vermillion Rockfish at the 2013 open house.
Inside Look at Marine Research
SDSU scientists interact with local creatures and research San Diego’s diverse marine ecosystems.
Local elementary school students enjoy roof-top telescope viewing at the Science & Engineering Sampler.
Science Research Sampler
The SDSU Science Sampler will take place throughout campus on Saturday, March 15.
Mario Capecchi, Ph.D. headshot
Nobel Laureate to Present 2014 Wassenberg Memorial Lecture
Mario Capecchi, Ph.D., will discuss his discoveries that enable gene modifications in mice.
Biology professor Forest Rohwer in Franz Josef Land,
Where in the World
Biology professor Forest Rohwer defied Arctic climes to seek out nature's most diverse forms of life.
Anna Williams with her violin
The Campaign for ... Anna
Donor support is changing the lives of SDSU students.
Conrad Prebys has donated $20 million to SDSU scholarships.
$20 Million Gift from Conrad Prebys
The largest gift ever made to SDSU will create scholarships for 150 students annually
Student wearing a a headband brainwave recorder.
The Future of Medicine in the Palm of Your Hand
In the running for a $10 million prize, SDSU's X-Team debuts a prototype of a futuristic diagnostic device.
A pair of African Elephants
Saving African Elephants
SDSU’s Scott Kelley is working with a team to study African elephants and their water sources.
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