Saturday, February 24, 2018

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An SDSU student poses in front of her work at last year
Student Research Symposium Returns
A species of Australian funnel-web spider. (Credit: Marshal Hedin)
World’s Most Venomous Spiders Are Actually Cousins
Toxic tobacco smoke residue remains even after casinos have implemented smoking bans.
Thirdhand Smoke Lingers in Casinos Months After Smoking Ban
Jessica Whitney (left) and SDSU professor Murray Jennex
SDSU Professor Honored as “Hero” By Anti-Human Trafficking Organization
Previous studies have shown public smoking bans are associated with health benefits among adults.
Study Shows Public Smoking Bans Benefit Children
A new course at SDSU this semester teaches students viral discovery techniques.
New Course in Virus Hunting
Only one percent of 2017’s top grossing films employed 10 or more women in key behind-the-scenes roles. (Credit: Tallgrass Pictures)
SDSU Study Finds Women Still Largely Underrepresented in Hollywood
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New EIS Complex Highlights Collaboration
MRI machine
An MRI Machine of Our Own
Rendering of the SDSU Mission Valley site
SDSU Stories to Watch in 2018
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Top SDSU NewsCenter Stories of 2017
Bacterial virus, known as bacteriophage (Credit: TheBarrLab.org)
Top Research Stories of 2017