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  August 19th, 2014

Sequencing at Sea

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

This three-week, five-island expedition took place last year with a research crew including San Diego State University computer scientist Rob Edwards, biologist Forest Rohwer, postdoctoral scholar Andreas Haas and graduate student Yan Wei Lim.

  August 18th, 2014

Outside Classroom, Students Learn to Apply Themselves

imthereforyoubaby.com (Neil Senturia)

He observed a park employee looking at a computer that showed a pipe break. "He knew the general vicinity but didn't know where the exact valve was because they hadn't mapped out the pipes," said Maloy, who quickly saw that SDSU faculty and students could help.

  August 1st, 2014

Kids' Science Camp Makes Learning Fun

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Chelsea Baer)

During Aztec Science Camp, kids are "doing science the way science should be done," said Sarah Atallh, a lead teacher of the program. For the first time, kids ages 6 to 11 are getting hands-on experience at the camp, hosted on San Diego State University's campus.

  July 31st, 2014

A Stem Cell Link Between Coxsackie Virus and Heart Disease?

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

In the study, led by SDSU molecular biologist Ralph Feuer and former SDSU heart researcher Roberta Gottlieb, the researchers turned to mouse models to investigate the link between coxsackie and heart failure. Both experts in stem cells, they had a hunch that the virus might be undercutting the organ's ability to repair itself.

  July 24th, 2014

Novel Virus Discovered in Half the World's Population

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Robert A. Edwards, a bioinformatics professor at SDSU, and his colleagues stumbled upon the discovery quite by accident. Working with visiting researcher and corresponding author on the study Bas E. Dutilh.

  July 21st, 2014

How We Could Discover Intelligent Life Beyond Earth

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Staff)

A planet also must be a certain distance from its parent star in a habitable zone, said Jerome Orosz, professor of astronomy at San Diego State University.


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