11 individuals, department honored at SDSU’s Global Achievement Awards
South Dakota State University’s Office of International Affairs honored 11 individuals and the Department of Animal Science at South Dakota State University’s second annual Global Achievement Award
High school students to join SDSU professor in DNA research
SDSU faculty member Jaime Lopez has received a National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award of nearly $1 million.
SDSU granted $11m for biomedical research
Biomedical research being done at South Dakota State University, specifically in the area of inflammation, will be advanced through a $10.8 million, five-year federal grant.
Undergraduate fellowship leads Nelson to doctoral work at SDSU
This spring, Pine Ridge native Dillon Nelson began doctoral work at SDSU after completing his bachelor's degree at Oglala Lakota College. His experience with a USDA-funded fellowship program fueled his interest in research.
USD chemistry major tackles ‘jumping genes’ research
A University of South Dakota chemistry major now has experience doing research on jumping genes at South Dakota State University, thanks to the Future Agriculture and Science Taskforce Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates program.
Oglala Lakota College students explore agricultural research
Two Oglala Lakota College students explored careers in science and agriculture through the Future Agriculture and Science Taskforce Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates fellowship program this summer/
Researchers developing sensor to quickly detect viral DNA
A simple method of detecting viral DNA could make it possible to diagnose infectious diseases in the barn or in the field.