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Timber rattlesnakes
Rattlesnakes Not So Cold Hearted
SDSU biologist Rulon Clark finds the slithery creatures tend to stick with family.
Kristian Brown
Alums Dubbed Emerging Scholars
Two graduates of SDSU’s Minority Access to Research Careers program are recognized for their academic research by Diverse magazine.
Hilary Andrews
SDSU's Young Filmmakers Ready to Roll
Future Oscar winners featured in spring issue of 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University.
Photo: Myosin protein from The Journal of Molecular Biology, Elsevier
Muscle Man
Research on the lowly fruit fly may uncover new treatments for human muscle disease.
Brookesia Micra chameleon perched upon a researcher
Biologist Discovers Mini Reptile
SDSU's Ted Townsend conducted genetic tests that confirmed the lizard is an ancient and previously unknown chameleon species.
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Leadership Starts Here
The grand prize for the SDSU Month Video Contest is a trip for two to the University of Washington football game.
An artist
The Doctor Will Cure You Now
Unconventional research targets killer bacteria.
a fish in the Abrolhos Bank
Research May Protect Brazilian Coral Reefs
SDSU students and faculty find incredible biodiversity inside the reefs of Abrolhos Bank.
Rachael Bailey, a political science senior, aspires to practice law and represent the interests of the hearing impaired.
The Campaign Hits $300 Million
Gifts from nearly 34,000 donors take SDSU closer to its $500 million campaign goal.
Top 10 of 2011
Top 10 NewsCenter Stories of 2011
From March Madness to a new president, there was plenty of news that excited Aztecs this year.
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