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2016 Fall - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services Nov 2016

2016 Fall - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Fall 2016 issue of Seek


Producing Better Produce, Greg Tammen Nov 2016

Producing Better Produce, Greg Tammen

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How researchers are maintaining the quality and extending the shelf life of fresh fruits and vegetables


Table Of Contents And Introduction, Peter K. Dorhout Nov 2016

Table Of Contents And Introduction, Peter K. Dorhout

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Table of Contents and an Introductory message from Vice President for Research Peter K. Dorhout for the Seek Magazine Fall 2016 issue.


2011 Fall Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), Trevor Davis, Rosie Hoefling, News And Communications Services Jun 2016

2011 Fall Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), Trevor Davis, Rosie Hoefling, News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery. This Fall edition includes the following highlights: 1) Konza provides window into climate change; 2) A Sea of Grass: Konza Prairie celebrates 40 years of uncovering nature's secrets; and 3) Roaming research: Bison on Konza Prairie fuel experiments.


2011 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services Jun 2016

2011 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery. Summer 2011 issue.


Fruitful Results, Trevor Davis Jun 2016

Fruitful Results, Trevor Davis

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Survivor fights cancer with insects.


Where The Wind Blows, Power Is Restored, Jennifer Tidball Jun 2016

Where The Wind Blows, Power Is Restored, Jennifer Tidball

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Researchers look at preventing major power failures with Kansas wind energy.


From Bangalore To Bovine, Trevor Davis Jun 2016

From Bangalore To Bovine, Trevor Davis

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How pathogens and playoffs bind two lifelong friends.


Unlocking The Genetic Secrets Of Arthropods, Greg Tammen Jun 2016

Unlocking The Genetic Secrets Of Arthropods, Greg Tammen

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How one professor’s work to decode insect physiology could improve human health and welfare.


Earth’S Grasslands Laboratory, Trevor Davis Jun 2016

Earth’S Grasslands Laboratory, Trevor Davis

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An endless sea of grass in the Flint Hills of northeastern Kansas serves as a laboratory to uncover the mysteries of the environment.


A Mecca For Wheat Genetics: Kansas State University Center Mapping Wheat Genome, Tyler Sharp Jun 2016

A Mecca For Wheat Genetics: Kansas State University Center Mapping Wheat Genome, Tyler Sharp

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As a top producer of wheat in the United States, Kansas is a leader in many areas of the wheat industry, particularly in innovation and research.


2011 Spring Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), Jennifer Torline, Beth Bohn, Rachel Skybetter May 2016

2011 Spring Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), Jennifer Torline, Beth Bohn, Rachel Skybetter

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Perspectivesshowcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery. This Spring edition includes highlights

  • In Europe and The U.S., Consumer Views On Cloned Products Breed Different Results, A Patented Success, Biologist’s career spent on research to prevent cataracts, Graphene research receives national recognition, Chemist recognized as promising young scientist, The meat of the matter: ready-to-eat products contain few cancerous compounds, Entomologist finds household pests carry same multi-drug resistant bacterial strains found in swine operations, Biosecurity Research Institute enhancing food safety research, A patented success.


2011 Winter Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services May 2016

2011 Winter Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery.


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.


At K-State Research Focuses On Food Safety, Health For All, Nancy Peterson May 2016

At K-State Research Focuses On Food Safety, Health For All, Nancy Peterson

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Oh no, not more news about E. coli …

Most people are aware of the efforts to reduce health risks from E. coli O157:H7 linked to undercooked ground beef and fresh produce, including spinach and lettuce.


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.


University Becoming Major Center For Swine Research, Beth Bohn May 2016

University Becoming Major Center For Swine Research, Beth Bohn

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Kansas State University is rapidly becoming a major center of vital swine research that also could play a role in human health.


Manhattan, Kansas: Research Hub, Tyler Sharp May 2016

Manhattan, Kansas: Research Hub, Tyler Sharp

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Proximity to research is one of the major reasons Manhattan, Kan., was selected as the new site for the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility.


Ceezad Focuses On Zoonotic Diseases, Trevor Davis May 2016

Ceezad Focuses On Zoonotic Diseases, Trevor Davis

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Juergen A. Richt and other K-State scientists are zeroing in on zoonotic diseases, which are diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans.


Federal Lab To Boost K-State 2025 Initiative, Trevor Davis May 2016

Federal Lab To Boost K-State 2025 Initiative, Trevor Davis

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As the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility building rises, so will Kansas State University’s reputation.


Six K-State Professors Receive More Than $3.5 Million In National Science Foundation Career Awards, News And Communications Services May 2016

Six K-State Professors Receive More Than $3.5 Million In National Science Foundation Career Awards, News And Communications Services

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When the news was announced Kansas State University had not one, or two, but six faculty members whose research was recognized by the National Science Foundation, it was not only a cause for celebration, but a historic first for the university.


2012 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services May 2016

2012 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery.


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.


Securing The Future, Greg Tammen May 2016

Securing The Future, Greg Tammen

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Infectious plant and animal diseases may be one of the biggest challenges for America. However, Kansas State University’s Biosecurity Research Institute is a front-line offense in this microscopic battle.


2012 Spring Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services May 2016

2012 Spring Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery.


A Matter Of Perspective, Greg Tammen May 2016

A Matter Of Perspective, Greg Tammen

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Three doctoral students look to new methods and technologies to improve health.


2012 Winter Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services May 2016

2012 Winter Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery.


Taking Commercialization To New Heights: Unmanned Aerial Systems Research Takes Off, Beth Bohn May 2016

Taking Commercialization To New Heights: Unmanned Aerial Systems Research Takes Off, Beth Bohn

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Some of the newest research at Kansas State University is taking place on the Salina campus, and the sky is the limit when it comes to its potential.


Safe Food For All, Jennifer Tidball May 2016

Safe Food For All, Jennifer Tidball

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When diseases threaten Kansas food crops and the agricultural economy, The Great Plains Diagnostic Network is protecting our food supply through early detection, accurate diagnosis and improved communications.


2013 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services May 2016

2013 Summer Perspectives - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Perspectives showcases Kansas State University's range of research, scholarly, and creative activity and discovery.