- Feb 20
Dozens upon dozens of new projects and initiatives have been launched at SDSU through the strategic plan, many of which are directly tied to the growth of university research, new infrastructure and student success.
- Feb 13
An award from the U.S. Economic Development Administration will support the development of the lithium economy in Imperial County and its workforce.
- Feb 9
Set to open in fall 2025, the new state-of-the-art building is one part of SDSU’s commitment to meeting the STEM and both the current and future geothermal energy sector demands of ‘Lithium Valley.’
- Feb 6
The public health professor was one of the 71 researchers from around the world selected to study leadership in climate change and environmental justice.
- Jan 30
Inspired by sea life, Professor Yang Yang and researchers design body gear with sensing capabilities and enhanced resilience.
- Jan 29
Using acceleration technology and machine learning tools, the team monitors snake behaviors as part of conservation effort.
- Jan 23
SDSU physicists harness the power of quantum science to develop new materials that provide legions of benefits
- Jan 23
The annual Aztecs Rock Hunger campaign raised $95,690 in a three-week period to benefit SDSU Economic Crisis Response Team, A.S. Food Pantry and The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank
- Jan 16
New grant for artificial intelligence and machine learning processing power will expedite high-performance computing research across campuses
- Jan 12
SDSU College of Sciences pilots a dispensing program providing researchers with clean protective clothing as easily as getting a bag of chips.