SDSU faculty member Jaime Lopez has received a National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award of nearly $1 million.
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.
South Dakota State University’s Office of International Affairs recognized 31 individuals and the School of American and Global Studies at the inaugural global achievement awards.
A discovery more than 20 years in the making has turned the dogma that gene mutations occur randomly on its head.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture program to boost student interest in science and agriculture is coming to the Rosebud Reservation.
Understanding the interactions among DNA, proteins and other molecules will help scientists improve human and animal health and increase the sustainability of agriculture.
Antimicrobial compounds that soybean plants produce when threatened by insects, diseases and even drought may help animals stay healthy, thereby reducing the need for antibiotics.