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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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SDSU students and researchers participate in wildfire, water and flora research at Alvarado Creek.
'Outdoor Lab' Fuels Critical Environmental Research and Sparks Student Passion
SDSU marine microbiologist Nick Shikuma and students in his lab discovered bacterial
‘Death Star’ Bacterial Structures Could Be Drug Delivery Tool
From left to right: Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation Stanley Maloy, President Adela de la Torre, Vice President of Research and Graduate Dean Stephen Welter
New Fireside Charla Episode Explores Research at SDSU
Chemistry researcher Jing Gu is working on making fuel cell technology affordable and green. Video: Ethan Garcia for SDSU. Video Editing: Scott Hargrove
Mimicking Photosynthesis to Make Fuel Cells Affordable and Green
SDSU visiting scientist Terenzio Zenone and SDSU technician Guadalupe Barajas work on a monitoring station in Alaska, where they are studying greenhouse gas emissions in the arctic. (Credit: Marco Montemayor)
Climate Change, Conservation and China: Even More Summer Research Abroad
Geology lecturer Victor Camp studies mantle rock that causes volcanic supereruptions. Photo: Ryan Schuler
Mantle rock behind Yellowstone’s supereruptions extends to Northern California
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SDSU Grant Funding Soars to $148.5M
SDSU geographer Trent Biggs measures streamflow with colleagues while working in Brazil.
Forests, French History and Filming in Fiji: Still More Summer Research Abroad
Students research food and farming practices in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Migrants, Memorials and Mass Incarceration: More Summer Research Abroad
Robotics researcher and assistant professor Peiman N. Mousavi (left) with his student Mostafa Bagheri and the robot they worked on. Photo and video: Scott Hargrove for SDSU
This Imitator Could Help Seniors With Motor Skills
Bioinformatics researcher and professor Rob Edwards. Photo credit: Scott Hargrove for SDSU.
A Common Gut Virus that Maps Our Travels
SDSU anthropologist Ramona Pérez will step into the role of president-elect/vice president of the American Anthropological Association in November.
SDSU Anthropologist Elected to National Leadership Role

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