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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.
Marcel Hetu and Manna Iwabuchi
Science Scholarships Awarded
Twelve students researching areas from medicine to engineering received scholarships totalling $90,000.
golden monkey
Scientists Partner to Protect Environment
A $1.3 Million NSF award will send an SDSU-led research team to China.
Mark Sussman
New Discoveries in Treating Heart Disease
World-renowned cardiac researchers will speak at a Nov. 8 symposium on campus.
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.
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