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  June 13th, 2016

New Planet Is Largest Discovered That Orbits Two Suns

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Its a bit curious that this biggest planet took so long to confirm, since it is easier to find big planets than small ones, said SDSU astronomer Jerome Orosz, another coauthor on the study. It took so long to confirm because its orbital period is so long.

  June 1st, 2016

$10 Million Endowment for Health Disparities Work

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Better infrastructure will allow researchers across SDSU’s campus to share data and resources and answer new kinds of questions, said Kristen Wells, an assistant professor of psychology at SDSU who contributed to the endowment application.

  May 31st, 2016

Aztec Science Camp Returns

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (staff)

Topics will vary so that children can attend for up to two weeks and engage with new ideas about science each week. Camp Sessions include Planet Protectors and Toyologists, and Rokenbok Designers and Clue Creators.

  May 25th, 2016

Climate and Disease: Why 1-2° Degrees Matters!

pintofscience.us (staff)

Although some of the consequences of climate change may take many decades before impacting humans, the small temperature changes caused by global warming have already altered the prevalence of many human diseases. Speaker: Dean Stanley Maloy

  May 24th, 2016

Exchange, Faculty-led Programs to SDSU-Georgia Ramping Up

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Klitzing)

This fall will mark the launch of the student exchange program between SDSU's main campus and its new Georgian program. In addition, a group of SDSU study abroad students will travel from San Diego to Tbilisi in July for the faculty-led program International Security, Politics and Culture.

  May 19th, 2016

CSRC Professor Calvin Johnson to receive 2016 ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge (ALCC) Award

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (staff)

DOE Argonne National Laboratory selected CSRC Professor Calvin Johnson to receive a 2016 ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge (ALCC) award for his work on: "Nuclear structure for tests of fundamental symmetries and astroparticle physics."


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