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A Tail of Survival
SDSU biology professors discover that tail wagging helps squirrels defend against rattlesnakes.
A cross section of a newley transplanted cardiac stem cell.
Rejuvenating Aged Hearts
SDSU Heart Institute researchers successfully rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue with modified stem cells.
Darwin book
Darwin Still Rules!
A new book by Stanley Maloy, dean of the College of Sciences, asks scientists why evolutionary research matters.
Influenza A virus
Flu Fighters
A new discovery from SDSU’s Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center finds the synthetic protein EP67 helps kick-start the immune system, preventing the flu.
The sea otter is one of many marine mammals discussed in Berta
Dive into Marine Biology
SDSU professor Annalisa Berta pens a book for anyone with an interest in marine biology.
dirty office
Gross, Man!
SDSU researchers find office bacteria all around, especially in men's work stations.
Sussman
A Shift in Heart Research
SDSU researchers continue to improve modern heart research.
Inspection of the head prior to dissection.
Whale Secrets Revealed
SDSU researchers get a rare chance to dissect the head of a grey whale.
A giant sea star
SDSU Marine Lab Opens Doors
The Coastal Marine Institute Laboratory offers a rare, first-time glimpse at SDSU research in marine ecology and conservation.
Martin
Science Educator Lauded for Student Achievement
SDSU's Estralita Martin gains national recognition for her work to help students succeed.
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