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  November 12th, 2015

Crystallizing the Mysteries of the Cell (Michael Price)

SDSU biochemist Manal Swairjo sought out crystals for fun as a youngster, but now uses crystallography to better understand cells and improve medicine. “My personal motto is, if you can do physics, you can do anything.”

  November 12th, 2015

Measuring Beauty (staff)

Working together, mathematics, biology, and art history researchers from San Diego State University, the Getty Research Institute, and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography created a tool to computationally measure the aesthetic appearance of coral reefs.

  November 9th, 2015

Who Needs Meteorologists? (Coleen L. Geraghty)

Jose Castillo and his Ph.D. researchers in the Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) have developed a three-dimensional mathematical coastal ocean model to make forecasting more precise.

  November 5th, 2015

Introduction to General Relativity and the Physics of Compact Stars (Fridolin Weber)

SDSU Physics Professor Fridolin Weber has published a book on General Relativity and the Physics of Compact Stars. The book, published in Portuguese, is based on a graduate course that he gave at the Brazilian Center for Physics (CBPF) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  November 4th, 2015

ARCS Drives Innovation, Research (staff)

Scholarship recipients: Vincent Berardi, computational science; Peter Calhoun, computer science; Daniel Cuevas, computer science; Bryon Hancock, cell and molecular biology; Sean Maddox, chemistry & biochemistry; Paul Maier, evolutionary biology; Megan Monsanto, cell and molecular biology; Timothy Montgomery, chemistry and biochemistry; Erik Paulson, chemistry and biochemistry; Stephen Rice, evolutionary biology; Kelly Ross, cell and molecular biology; Julia Rossi, computational science; Colette Smirniotis, computer science; Winston Stauffer, cell and molecular biology.

  November 3rd, 2015

Coastal Ocean Dynamics (Jose E. Castillo)

SDSU Computational Scientist José Castillo's research will benefit understanding of the impact of changes in the ocean, so that together we can find ways to protect our only remaining collective human resource.

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