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  March 18th, 2015

Kyoto Symposium Honors an Inventor

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Natalia Elko)

Robert Langer, Sc.D. is the Kyoto Prize Laureate in advanced technology for this year's Kyoto Prize Symposium at San Diego State University on Wednesday, March 18.

  February 13th, 2015

Skilled with a Skull

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

The SDSU Museum of Biodiversity acquired a whale skull used for the computer modeling, researchers needed the head with all its flesh, muscle, brain and connective tissue; the museum wanted a skeletonized skull. How do you deflesh a whale's head? It turns out you call Mike Van Patten.

  February 6th, 2015

Inside the World of Viral Dark Matter

newyorker.com/contributors/nicola-twilley (Nicola Twilley)

SDSU marine microbial ecologist, Forest Rohwer tells the New Yorker, "The thing that even most biologists don't get--let alone most of the rest of the world--is that phages are the most diverse things on the planet, and there are more of them than anything else, and we really don't have a clue what they're doing."

  February 3rd, 2015

We Know Why You're Always Late

Sumathi.Reddy@wsj.com (Sumathi Reddy)

The research of Jeff Conte, an associate psychology professor at San Diego State University, has found that there are some personality differences that can contribute to chronic lateness.

  January 29th, 2015

Baleen Whales Hear Through Their Bones

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Research by San Diego State University biologist Ted W. Cranford reveals that the skulls of fin whales have acoustic properties that capture the energy of low frequencies and direct it to their ear bones.

  January 22nd, 2015

7 Things About Calvin Johnson

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Staff)

SDSU physics professor Calvin Johnson's research is in theoretical nuclear physics. He models the quantum structure of atomic nuclei using very large matrices on supercomputers.


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