Wednesday, January 17, 2018

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Only one percent of 2017’s top grossing films employed 10 or more women in key behind-the-scenes roles. (Credit: Tallgrass Pictures)
SDSU Study Finds Women Still Largely Underrepresented in Hollywood
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New EIS Complex Highlights Collaboration
MRI machine
An MRI Machine of Our Own
Rendering of the SDSU Mission Valley site
SDSU Stories to Watch in 2018
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Top SDSU NewsCenter Stories of 2017
Bacterial virus, known as bacteriophage (Credit: TheBarrLab.org)
Top Research Stories of 2017
Drill bits can be made using the sintering technique.
A Flash Forward for Manufacturing Technology
Infrared photograph of a rattlesnake. (Photo: Hannes Schraft)
Do Rattlers Like their Lizards Warm or Cool?
Bacterial virus, known as bacteriophage (Credit: TheBarrLab.org)
Phages Don’t Need Bacteria to Enter the Body
SDSU geography professor Trent Biggs (left) and reserve manager Pablo Bryant
Re-wilding the San Diego River
SDSU computer scientist Rob Edwards
A Novel Virus’s Cousins Are Surprisingly Abundant
An estimated six million children and adults in the United States have an LGB parent. (Credit: Huffington Post)
Children of Same-Sex Parents Are Emotionally Healthy