Associate professor Reinaldo Tonkoski and assistant professor Tim Hansen will model power systems that integrate large amounts of renewable energy through their first U.S. Department of Energy grant.
Associate professor Mary Isaacson of the SDSU College of Nursing in Rapid City is part of a national research team that will develop culturally appropriate Native American palliative care programs.
A portable field device that detects cyanide exposure in seconds is one step closer to commercialization, thanks to a partnership between Royal Plastics and SDSU chemistry professor Brian Logue.
South Dakota State University faculty from four departments will work on improving the ability of nitrogen-fixing bacteria to colonize soybean roots through the South Dakota Biofilm Science and Eng
South Dakota State University researchers were busy the past year, increasing the university’s research expenditures by more than $4 million.
Saturated buffers can provide a cost-effective means of removing nitrates from tile drainage water before it flows into adjacent creeks and streams. However, the site must meet specific guidelines.
Precision farming depends on precise placement of nutrients for growing seeds, but similar principles are also being applied to animal production at South Dakota State by investigating the precise feeding requirements of sows.