Since 1917, sulfur mustard has been used repeatedly in combat—with no known antidote available for treatment. Now, a new study from two South Dakota State University researchers has revealed an effective approach to treating sulfur mustard poisoning.
In the United States, cancer continues to be the second leading cause of death, trailing only heart disease, with millions more afflicted with the disease each year.
Rachel Willand-Charnley, an assistant professor in South Dakota State University’s Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics, has contributed to a book focused on and written by women worki
Ancient snow and ice from the coldest places on Earth can provide insight into our past, current and future climate.
Rachel Willand-Charnley, an assistant professor in South Dakota State University's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has received a $100,000 grant to treat colon cancer cells with a glycan
Jihong Cole-Dai, a professor in South Dakota State University's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been awarded a collaborative $424,310 National Science Foundation grant to study chemic
South Dakota State University's Haarberg Center for Drug, Disease and Delivery, housed in the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, has announced its second round of funding for resear