Monday, January 23, 2017

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A new and rare species of succulent found only in of Baja California was named Dudleya hendrixii after the guitar virtuoso. (Photo: Stephen McCabe)
Jimi Hendrix Lends New Plant Species His Name
A rendering of the early marsupial relative, Didelphodon vorax. (Illustration: Misaki Ouchida)
Going Tooth-to-Tooth with Dinosaurs
Fourteen students from the College of Sciences at SDSU were awarded scholarships courtesy of the ARCS San Diego chapter.
Support for High-Achieving STEM Students
SDSU biologist Donatella Zona wrote a commentary article about climate change research in the journal Nature this week.
Runaway Global Warming
Senior Tori Parker stands next to an elephant in Thailand. (Photo: Tori Parker)
An Aztec Living Among Elephants
Biofouling along a boat
Fighting Barnacle Buildup with Biology
Malang City Hall in Indonesia.
Kavli Fellow Travels to Indonesia
Bacillus bacteriophage PZA
Going Viral
SDSU masters of public health graduate Christina Olson collects nutritional data in a market.
$10 Million Endowment for Health Disparities Work
A picture of an adult fruit fly brain taken under a confocal microscope.
Could Flies Help Us Understand Brain Injuries?
Cryptantha, also called the popcorn flowers
Meet the Plant Detective
Theodore Germanos
Ask an Aztec: Theodore Germanos