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Saturday, August 13, 2022

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Sam Kassegne gives a tour of the NanoFab Lab to local researchers. The orange-tinted lighting protects the lab space from damaging ultraviolet light. (Melinda Sevilla / SDSU)
SDSU Nanoengineers Create Structure to Measure Brain Activity
SDSU student Francisco Botello shows one of the black widows (his favorite species of spider) whose spider silk he studies.
SDSUxCOMIC-CON: Engineering His Spidey Senses
A view of SDSU Imperial Valley in September 2021.
State Budget Commits $80 Million to Bolster STEM Education, Research in Imperial Valley
Paulina Díaz-Montiel at May 2022 Commencement with Satchi Venkataraman
Visiting International Undergrad Turned Ph.D. Graduate Finds Niche at SDSU
Karen May-Newman (center) poses with postdoctoral researcher Vi Vu (left) and undergraduate researcher Britton Mennie in the Cardiovascular Bioengineering Lab.
Cardiovascular Engineering Professor Brings Heart to Research as Engineering Pioneer
Juan Rojas
SDSU’s Spirit of Innovation Award Goes to Longtime EV Enthusiast
A view of SDSU
School of Public Health Draws a Top 20 Ranking
Natalie Mladenov (left) and Junfei Xie (right) pose in the Clark Construction Innovation Pathway of the Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences (EIS) Building.
A Q&A with Two of SDBJ's Top 50 Women of Influence in Engineering
Joaquin Camacho, in his Engineering lab, shows the flame he uses to study the formation of carbon particles under different conditions. (Photo: Christopher Leap)
Flames of the Future: Joaquin Camacho Leverages NSF Award to Recruit Underserved Students
NSBE members Abel Napoleon, Abi Daniel, Aquin Manners, Miles Gordon pose outside the College of Engineering at SDSU.
SDSU Student Organization Launches Next Generation of Black Engineers
Electrical engineer Chris Mi
Used EV Batteries Could Be Solution to Surging Electricity Demand
Alma Rocha at the Tijuana River.
Sally Casanova Scholars Program Gives Aspiring Ph.D. Students ‘Added Boost’