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New technique provides an inside look at virus evolution »

A new study unveils which types of mutations are most harmful for the HIV virus and may inform the design of future vaccines. 

 

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Painful inspiration

For this graduate student, chronic migraines sparked an interest in studying pain.

Work culture matters when it comes to high blood pressure

SF State research finds that the psychological demands of a job and workplace culture can increase the prevalence of high blood pressure.
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Robot wars: Student-built robots face off in competition

In just two months, SF State engineering students built complicated robots from scratch.
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Untold stories of Asian men in San Francisco’s queer history

Interim Dean of Ethnic Studies Amy Sueyoshi discusses her recently published book.