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Monday, August 15, 2022

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The Perseid meteor shower. (Adobe Stock)
Perseid Meteor Shower Q&A with SDSU professor of Astronomy Douglas Leonard
Microscopic image of Monkeypox. (Adobe Stock image)
What is Monkeypox? Q&A with SDSU Professor Richard Shaffer
Sam Kassegne gives a tour of the NanoFab Lab to local researchers. The orange-tinted lighting protects the lab space from damaging ultraviolet light. (Melinda Sevilla / SDSU)
SDSU Nanoengineers Create Structure to Measure Brain Activity
SDSU physicist Lyuba Kuznetsova is preparing to test how lasers will reflect off of the materials they created.
SDSUxCOMIC-CON: Cooking Up An Invisibility Cloak
SDSU student and aspiring physician Fawaz Qashat (left) poses in costume with a family during Comic-Con San Diego. (Photo courtesy of Fawaz Qashat)
SDSUxCOMIC-CON: Biology Major Balances Passions for Medicine and Superheroes
A view of SDSU Imperial Valley in September 2021.
State Budget Commits $80 Million to Bolster STEM Education, Research in Imperial Valley
SDSU psychology professors Dustin Thoman and Allison Vaughn receive CSU
Two SDSU Professors Receive Funding For Project Aimed at Reducing Graduation Equity Gaps
SDSU psychology professor emeritus Jerome Sattler
Golden Years are 'Giving Back' Time for Psychology Professor
Today, the Salton Sea occupies a fraction of the area once covered by Lake Cahuilla. Photo: Susanne Clara Bard.
SDSU Study Reveals History of Lake Cahuilla
Condors at Pinnacles National Park in central California. (Photo courtesy of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance)
Banned Contaminants Still Threaten Endangered California Condors
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 biologists Xiaofeng Xu (left) and Robert Luallen received new grants from the National Science Foundation to research microbes.
Seeking Soil-Based Solutions