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On the left is a coral-covered reef. On the right is one dominated by algae.
Rethinking the Reef
In a new study, an SDSU biologist dove deep into how algal and coral cover affect the microscopic life that call the reef home.
SDSU GEN 10 Awardees: Brandon Kim (3rd from left), Tiffany Y. Liang (4th from left), Bryan Hancock (5th from left), Daniel Cuevas (8th from left), and Lauryn Keeler (10th from left). PHOTO: GEN
SDSU Researchers Win Half of GEN 10 Awards
Grad students and postdocs from SDSU took home 5 of the 10 GEN 10 Awards at last week's BIO International Conference.
A Blue-winged Mountain-Tanager.
Dazzling Colors and Pretty Songs
A songbird study countered the idea of trade-offs limiting evolution.
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Cellular Self-Destruction
A new study finds that humans and corals share a key biomechanical pathway that tells cells when to die.
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Gifts of the Week
The Campaign for SDSU has reached $494 million.
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Top 10 Degrees for 2014
SDSU announces the 10 most popular degrees for the Class of 2014.
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Compact Scholars Continue Trend of Success
Three Compact Scholars graduates exemplify the program’s purpose.
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2014 Quest for the Best Winners
Meet the student leaders impacting our campus and communities.
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Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
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7 Things About Rachel Naval
Rachel Naval is a senior with a passion for Aztec athletics.
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