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2018 Fall - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services Oct 2018

2018 Fall - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Fall 2018 issue of Seek


A Magnetic Landscape, News And Communications Services Oct 2018

A Magnetic Landscape, News And Communications Services

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Kansas State University researchers used magnetic resonance spectroscopy to capture this picture of purple and yellow waves that reveal a peptide’s biophysical properties as it defeats a brain tumor called a glioblastoma.


The Past: Tasty Teaching, News And Communications Services Oct 2018

The Past: Tasty Teaching, News And Communications Services

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A photo of the dairy bar in Waters Hall, Kansas State University, in 1941.


Explain It: Crispr, News And Communications Services Oct 2018

Explain It: Crispr, News And Communications Services

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Eduard Akhunov, professor of plant pathology, explains, in under 100 words, what CRISPR technology is and how it can evolutionize the global food system to feed the world’s growing population.


Undergraduate Scholar: Ready, Set, Graduate, Taylor Provine Oct 2018

Undergraduate Scholar: Ready, Set, Graduate, Taylor Provine

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Program prepares first-generation students for graduation and beyond.


Graduate Scholar: Taking Research To The Nest Level, Beth Bohn Oct 2018

Graduate Scholar: Taking Research To The Nest Level, Beth Bohn

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Prairie songbird biologist, Sarah Winnicki, engages public in her work on nestlings.


Udp Focus: On The Trail, Taylor Provine Oct 2018

Udp Focus: On The Trail, Taylor Provine

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Professor James Sherow's passion for history leads him down the Chisholm Trail.


Patent Focus: The Trick To Patent Success, Pat Melgares Oct 2018

Patent Focus: The Trick To Patent Success, Pat Melgares

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Plant pathologist Harold Trick's patent portfolio benefits farmers and researchers


Child's Play, Mary Lou Peter Oct 2018

Child's Play, Mary Lou Peter

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A stone house is home to innovative child development research


Healthy Animals, Healthy Humans, Sarah Caldwell Hancock Oct 2018

Healthy Animals, Healthy Humans, Sarah Caldwell Hancock

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Zoonotic disease research targets maladies that infect both animals and people


The Making Of A Meal, Stephanie Jacques Oct 2018

The Making Of A Meal, Stephanie Jacques

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Take a bite out of research that improves America's favorite meal


Life Of The Wild, Jennifer Tidball Oct 2018

Life Of The Wild, Jennifer Tidball

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Why scientists study ecosystems and the wildlife within them


An Urban Prairie, Pat Melgares Oct 2018

An Urban Prairie, Pat Melgares

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How university green roofs enrich city life and improve ecosystems


Engagement: Welcome To The Neighborhood, Sarah Caldwell Hancock Oct 2018

Engagement: Welcome To The Neighborhood, Sarah Caldwell Hancock

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North Campus Corridor will provide gathering place for university, public sector and private sector.


Shorts, News And Communications Services Oct 2018

Shorts, News And Communications Services

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Shorts

  • Is there life on Mars? The clues may be in earthly lava caves
  • Finding the sweet spot to preserving bacon
  • Healthy horses: Veterinary Health Center begins offering equine stem cell therapy
  • Political matchmaking: How campaigns find the best donors
  • Cracking the wheat code
  • Wheat center receives economic engagement award


Table Of Contents And Introduction, Fall 2018, Peter Dorhout Oct 2018

Table Of Contents And Introduction, Fall 2018, Peter Dorhout

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Table of Contents and a message from Vice President for Research Peter Dorhout for Seek, the research magazine for Kansas State University, Fall 2018 issue.


2018 Spring - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services Apr 2018

2018 Spring - Seek - Full Issue (Pdf), News And Communications Services

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Spring 2018 issue of Seek


Time Flies, News And Communications Services Apr 2018

Time Flies, News And Communications Services

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Back cover art work: An Aquarelle graphite and oil crayon drawing on Stonehenge paper, “Time Flies” is by Teresa Schmidt, professor of art at Kansas State University.


The Past: Master Of Glass, News And Communications Services Apr 2018

The Past: Master Of Glass, News And Communications Services

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Mitsugi Ohno was Kansas State University’s first full-time scientific glassblower. Ohno created custom glass research apparatus for many departments on campus.


Explain It: Scanning Electron Microscope, News And Communications Services Apr 2018

Explain It: Scanning Electron Microscope, News And Communications Services

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Douglas McGregor, university distinguished professor of nuclear engineering and director of the Semiconductor Materials and Radiological Technologies Laboratory, or S.M.A.R.T. Lab, in K-State’s College of Engineering, explains in just a little over 100 words how a Hitachi scanning electron microscope was used to produce an image of the honeybee on the cover of Seek...


Graduate Scholars: Real-Time Design, Taylor Provine Apr 2018

Graduate Scholars: Real-Time Design, Taylor Provine

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Real clients, real research and real building materials await these students, who work on real projects — many of which have received attention regionally and nationally.


Udp Focus: Jankowiak Shines Light On The Mysteries Of Photosynthesis, Sarah Caldwell Hancock Apr 2018

Udp Focus: Jankowiak Shines Light On The Mysteries Of Photosynthesis, Sarah Caldwell Hancock

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The chemistry lab in your mind’s eye contains glass beakers full of different-colored chemicals bubbling over Bunsen burners or sitting under fume hoods. That’s definitely not what you’ll find in Ryszard Jankowiak’s lab at Kansas State University.


When The Wells Run Dry, Pat Melgares Apr 2018

When The Wells Run Dry, Pat Melgares

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Agriculture in race for solutions to the declining Ogallala Aquifer


Keeping It Moving, Jennifer Tidball Apr 2018

Keeping It Moving, Jennifer Tidball

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By studying physical activity, kinesiology researchers improve our daily lives.

  • Exercise for astronauts
  • Army strong and fit
  • Matters of the heart (and blood vessels, too)
  • Upstanding workplace behavior
  • Keeping hearts beating with beetroot


Bugs With Benefits, Mary Lou Peter, Stephanie Jacques Apr 2018

Bugs With Benefits, Mary Lou Peter, Stephanie Jacques

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Why we should appreciate the creepier, crawlier life forms of Earth.


Fighting Fallacies, Stephanie Jacques Apr 2018

Fighting Fallacies, Stephanie Jacques

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Researchers battle false factoids that surround people every day.


Experimenting For Success, Beth Bohn Apr 2018

Experimenting For Success, Beth Bohn

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The benefits of undergraduate research at Kansas State University.


Faculty Focus: Making A Career Of It, Jennifer Tidball, Beth Bohn Apr 2018

Faculty Focus: Making A Career Of It, Jennifer Tidball, Beth Bohn

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The Faculty Early Career Development Program, or CAREER program, in the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards program for junior faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.


Patent Focus: Grand-Slam Inventions, Sarah Caldwell Hancock Apr 2018

Patent Focus: Grand-Slam Inventions, Sarah Caldwell Hancock

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Kansas State University Research Foundation helps researchers run the bases


Shorts, News And Communications Services Apr 2018

Shorts, News And Communications Services

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Shorts

  • New initiative highlights successes, future of K-State innovations
  • 2018 Research Showcase
  • A bested discovery: R&D 100 Award for wearable radiation detection technology
  • What's really in the air we breathe? Holograms and lasers giving a clearer picture
  • USDA-funded robotic farming project could increase world's food supply
  • Chomp on this: Alligators eat sharks
  • Cancer is target of university's newest center of excellence
  • Compound in red wine, chocolate prevents smallpox virus cousins from replicating