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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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An SDSU TB researcher is concerned that COVID-19 could activate latent tuberculosis or TB in people who may not be aware they have it.
COVID-19 Could Activate Latent Tuberculosis
Megan Monsanto, a recent doctoral candidate, worked in SDSU Heart Institute principal investigator Mark Sussman
To Repair a Damaged Heart, Three Cells are Better Than One
Eighty highly accomplished masters and doctoral students received a total of $1.5 million in fellowships from SDSU Graduate and Research Affairs for the 2020-21 academic year.
$1.5 Million in Research Stipends for High Achieving Masters and Doctoral Students
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Hydroponic Strawberries, Ancestry and Immersive Theater
Dwayne Roach
New Guidelines for Phage Preparation Can Accelerate Lifesaving Treatment
Hala Madanat
SDSU Interim Vice President for Research Named
Grant funding for 2019-20 increased from major federal agencies, and a record 1,251 proposals were submitted to more than 300 sponsors. (Video: Ryan Schuler)
SDSU Sustains Grant Funding at $144.4 Million for 2019-20
Martin Sereno
‘Little Brain’ or Cerebellum Not So Little After All
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Hot or Cold, Venomous Rattlesnakes Still Quick to Strike
An orb weaver spider.
Spiders, Doomed Flies and Tougher Textiles — Just Add Water
Study finds connection between income, education and happiness.
New Study on Income and Happiness Finds Growing Divide
Ecosystem ecologist and post-doctoral fellow Kyle Arndt checking on the measurement equipment set up by SDSU in Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), Alaska.
In the Arctic, Spring Snowmelt Triggers Fresh CO2 Production