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Little Mysteries, Big Discoveries
With funding from a prestigious grant, professor Forest Rohwer and a research team will explore the global epicenter of marine biodiversity.
Biology professor Theodore “Ted” Cohn
In Memoriam: Theodore Cohn
San Diego State University retired biology professor Theodore Cohn passed away at age 82 after a prolonged illness.
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Biotech Innovation Wins Student Competition
Cell Minder, a student engineered biotech storage solution, won the Lavin VentureStart Competition.
Students in the lab of Mark Sussman, Ph.D., director of SDSU
A Model for Research Success
When private giving leverages public funding, amazing things happen.
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Mortar Board Honors Faculty and Staff
Faculty and staff were recognized for their commitment to the university at a Nov. 30 ceremony held at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center.
Roberta Gottlieb
A Woman Who Means Business
Roberta Gottlieb, director of SDSU's Donald P. Shiley Bio-Science Center, is hailed as a dynamic business leader.
Back of Hepner Hall
Profiles of Leadership
Leadership Starts Here is a bold statement of San Diego State University's impact and commitment.
Scuba diver surrounded by fish. Getty Images: Walter Frame
A Third of Marine Species Remain Undescribed
SDSU biology professor is one of 270 authors of first-ever comprehensive register of the world's marine species.
These photomicrograph cardiac stem cells isolated from mouse hearts clustered together in the shape of a heart.
Tissue Regeneration at Heart of New Institute
SDSU's Integrated Regenerative Research Institute aims to harness the power and healing potential of stem cells.
Initiative for Maximizing Student Development program students
Healing Opportunities for Diverse Students
A $2.8 million NIH grant increases support of an SDSU program that prepares students for doctoral and science careers worldwide.
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