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Friday, April 3, 2020

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Environmental engineering professor Natalie Mladenov and her student Lorelay Mendoza (pictured) tested different sensors to detect bacterial contamination in waterways.
Submersible Sensors Rapidly Detect Bacterial Pollution in Water
Lisa Kath
Stockpiling and Stress: Dealing with Uncertainty
SDSU viral ecologist Forest Rohwer was chosen for a Moore Foundation award to research how coral reefs adapt to climate change. Photo: Scott Hargrove
SDSU Ecologist Receives Prestigious Moore Foundation Award
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Exercising Cuts Risk of Invasive Cancers for Older Women
Nearly 430 students participated in the two-day Student Research Symposium. (Video: Melissa Porter/SDSU)
Symposium an ‘Eye-opening’ Event for Student Researchers
A new study finds that exposure to high temperatures during the last week of pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of preterm birth.
Heatwave Exposure Linked to Increased Risk of Preterm Birth in California
The Partnership Scholars Program helps develop the next generation of underrepresented researchers devoted to solving cancer health disparities. Photo: Scott Hargrove, Video: Padma Nagappan
Nurturing Undergrad Cancer Researchers
SDSU senior Citlayi Villaseñor conducts research in biochemistry professor Tom Huxford
Upcoming Student Research Symposium Teaches Budding Scientists Confidence
SDSU President Adela de la Torre addresses the Adobe Creative Campus event audience.
Adobe and SDSU Partner to Create More Digitally Literate Campus
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Climate Data at Your Fingertips
Fireside Charla
New Fireside Charla Episode Discusses Autism Research
Student research opportunities in professor Eunha Hoh
Applying What You Learn – Student Research Opportunities in Public Health