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A young tree iguana
Threats to Biodiversity Exposed
SDSU anthropologist Erin Riley and a group of 215 researchers from around the globe find an alarming decline in biodiversity.
Kimberley Miller
To the Arctic and Beyond
A Fulbright winner, doctoral student Kimberley Miller is exploring climate change.
Stem Cells
Stem Cell Awareness, Oct. 3
An event advocating stem cell science will begin at 11 a.m., Oct. 3, in the Fowler Athletics Center Auditorium.
Carl Hensley
11 Aztecs Achieve Over Summer
A diverse group of Aztecs share their summer internships, travels abroad and community service experiences.
Richard "Doc" Morris started teaching physics at San Diego State in 1957.
Cymer Gift Honors Physics Legend
The $300,000 gift honors Richard "Doc" Morris, who has taught at SDSU for 55 years.
NIH logo
NIH Tabs SDSU Prof
Biology professor Sanford Bernstein will chair the NIH board on skeletal muscle and exercise physiology.
Photo courtesy of UC Davis.
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.
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