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A new study finds corals and humans utilize the same inflammation-causing molecule, indicating it’s been a part of immune systems for a half-billion years.
A diver swims in the reef off Millenium Island in the southern Line Islands. (Credit: Jennifer Smith)
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A Different Lens
Ranin Kazemi’s expertise strengthens Middle East studies in the College of Arts and Letters.
A Gut Check for PCOS-related Obesity
In a mouse model of polycystic ovary syndrome, researchers find links between changes to gut bacteria and obesity, diabetes.
Extinguishing Thirdhand Smoke
Researchers at SDSU are on the frontlines in the battle against the lingering, harmful residue that smoking leaves behind.
Cereal Science
SDSU researchers discover a new phenomenon in materials science by observing the compaction of puffed rice cereal.