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Saturday, May 21, 2022

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Condors at Pinnacles National Park in central California. (Photo courtesy of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance)
Banned Contaminants Still Threaten Endangered California Condors
Anna Scavo, Faramarz Valafar and Sam Modlin, members of the SDSU Laboratory for Pathogenesis of Clinical Drug Resistance and Persistence.
SDSU Researchers Identify Rare Genetic Markers of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
Juan Rojas
SDSU’s Spirit of Innovation Award Goes to Longtime EV Enthusiast
Graduate student Elizabeth Fabio studied U.S. immigration trends for her Master
Passion Drives Graduate Student Research at SDSU
Christy Dykstra plans to bring ten teachers into her lab for summer apprenticeships and to continue to engage with the local teachers by conducting research and publishing articles with them.
From Bacteria to Archaea: Resource Recovery from Wastewater
SDSU joins first-ever research on video gaming and esports in American Indian tribal communities.
SDSU Joins Research on Tribal Video Game Participation
SDSU biologists Xiaofeng Xu (left) and Robert Luallen received new grants from the National Science Foundation to research microbes.
Seeking Soil-Based Solutions
Students work inside of the Love Library where plans are in place to open The Culturally Connected Research Hub, housed in the Latinx Resource Center.
For Undergrad Research Opportunities, Go to the Hub
Western banded gecko. Photo: SDSU Clark Lab
SDSU Research Says Docile Gecko is a Savage Scorpion Predator
Kyle Arndt, Ph.D.
Arctic ‘Greening’ Could Have Unexpected Climate Consequences
A participant in the Hispanic Community Health Study chats with a researcher in Chula Vista. Photo by South Bay Latino Research Center.
Mentorship Thrives at South Bay Latino Research Center
A group of students participate in a science assignment at SDSU.
Making a MARC: Empowering Underrepresented Scientists