Antibody testing of health care workers in three rural counties in eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota showed 15% of the study participants had antibodies to the novel coronavirus.
Professor Charles Fenster has received an award from the Fulbright scholar program to do research in Norway.
Soybean meal is an important source of protein for animal feed, but it’s not perfect.
SDSU professors Michele Dudash and Charles Fenster are among an international group of scientists who recently published a guidebook for genetically managing isolated plant and animal populations.
Scientific knowledge should guide government policy decision-making.
The battle against the novel coronavirus has begun at South Dakota State University.
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.