innovation at sdsu
RexArthur Ramos will graduate in May with a degree in jewelry and metalsmithing. The medallion now has a place in SDSU Special Collections and University Archives.
The Quest to Cure Cancer
The San Diego State University chemistry professor Christal Sohl studies how enzymes, the protein workhorses of human cells, go rogue in ways that lead to cancer. Unlocking the relationship between enzymes and cancer could help researchers develop new treatments for patients.
Working to Save American Prairie
San Diego State University biology professor Nick Barber is working to save one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet: America’s tallgrass prairie.
According to SDSU nutrition professor Amanda McClain, the consequences of food insecurity aren’t limited to hunger. People who don’t know where their next meal will come from experience high levels of stress and uncertainty, which can negatively impact their physical and mental health.
SDSU Heart Institute Discovery Holds Promise for New Drug Therapy. A rare perfect score on an application for NIH funding extends work on a drug to boost the body’s natural defenses against a heart attack.
The Future of Neuroscience
Dr. Harsimran Baweja uses VR technology in his lab to research rehab science and how cognition influences the quality of movement.