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Galactic Guac: SDSU’s Sustainable Superfood For Space Travelers
Elizabeth Pollard, Gregory Daddis and Jess Whatcott at San Diego Comic-Con 2022
SDSUxCOMIC-CON: From Star Wars to Superpowered Sea Urchins, Scholarship Sharpens the Panels
SDSU Alumnus and NASA intern Joe Olivieri inside of the Vehicle Assembly Building with the Space Launch System before the Artemis I mission launch. (Photo courtesy of Joe Olivieri)
SDSU Alumnus Finding Clues to Deep Space Survival With Artemis I Mission
A coding workshop for science instructors.
NSF Funds New Science Teacher Pipeline
Karina Arzuyan
‘Incredibly Competitive’ Fulbright Grants Awarded to Six Students
A view of SDSU
School of Public Health Draws a Top 20 Ranking
Kyle Arndt, Ph.D.
Arctic ‘Greening’ Could Have Unexpected Climate Consequences
A black and yellow <em>Hypochilus</em> spider sits on a rock in the southern Sierra Nevada. Courtesy of Marshal Hedin
The Sequoia of Spiders: A New Species of Ancient Arachnid
Antoni Luque holds a model of a viral capsid.
Are You New Here? Tracing the Origin of Viruses
The Inti tanager
New Bird Identified by SDSU Biologists and Collaborators
Big Ideas logo over mountain landscape
Big Ideas Finalists Named
An underwater view of one of the ark structures being used by SDSU researchers to protect coral reefs.
SDSU Researchers Join Fight to Save the Coral