Saturday, February 13, 2016

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The San Diego coastline.
Caring for the Coast
Cigarette smoke leaves behind "thirdhand smoke," a harmful, lingering residue.
Extinguishing Thirdhand Smoke
SDSU researchers Donatella Zona and Walter Oechel developed an on-demand heating system for atmospheric measuring towers, like this one in Atqasuk, Alaska.
Methane Emissions in Arctic Cold Season Higher Than Expected
Biologist Annalisa Berta, seen here with skulls from a variety of marine mammals, was elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Anatomy of Excellence
SDSU psychologist Inna Fishman investigates the early neural signatures of autism during childhood brain development.
Searching for Early Signs of Autism
Manal Swairjo is trying to figure out the inner workings of transfer RNA.
Crystallizing the Mysteries of the Cell
Coral reefs
Measuring Beauty
Water faucet leaking into ocean
Plugging the Leaks
The largest, fastest-growing species of kelp on earth grows off San Diego
The Forest Beneath the Waves
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Common Chords: Chapters in Aztec History
If academia takes on a large role in early-stage drug development, Roland Wolkowicz argues, drug developers can usher more drugs into clinical trials.
Saving Endangered Drugs