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K-State, Usda Scientists Working To Protect Wheat Crop From Deadly Disease, Mary Lou Peter May 2016

K-State, Usda Scientists Working To Protect Wheat Crop From Deadly Disease, Mary Lou Peter

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Wheat blast research conducted in university’s Biosecurity Research Institute

Kansas State University researcher Barbara Valent is in preventive strike mode.


Detoxifying The Dinner Table, Greg Tammen May 2016

Detoxifying The Dinner Table, Greg Tammen

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As deployed soldiers are aware, danger is a possibility on foreign soil. Thanks to a partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense, though, Kansas State University researchers are helping to ensure threats stay clear in one area: the dinner table.


The Right Mix, Greg Tammen May 2016

The Right Mix, Greg Tammen

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Many collaborators focused on common research goal. Whoever said that too many cooks in the kitchen will spoil the broth was obviously not a scientist.


Going Whole Hog, Megan Molitor May 2016

Going Whole Hog, Megan Molitor

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Biosecurity Research Institute helps researchers develop detection tools for deadly swine diseases.


Protecting The U.S. Livestock Industry, Trevor Davis May 2016

Protecting The U.S. Livestock Industry, Trevor Davis

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Researchers working at Kansas State University’s Biosecurity Research Institute are combating an insect-transmitted disease that can be fatal to some animals, threatening the nation’s agriculture economy.


Exploring The Evidence, Cracking The Case, Jennifer Tidball May 2016

Exploring The Evidence, Cracking The Case, Jennifer Tidball

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How nanotechnology is helping researchers clue into pathogen, cancer biomarker detection


Feeding A Need, Erinn Barcomb-Peterson Jan 2014

Feeding A Need, Erinn Barcomb-Peterson

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Kansas State University steps up to lead in Global Food Systems.