Scientists can now use cell cultures from the tissues of swine nasal passages, tracheas and lungs to study any of the four influenza viruses—A, B, C or D, thanks to the new tool that SDSU researchers developed.
Trevor Van Den Top, who is pursuing his doctorate in biology and microbiology, is the first South Dakota State University student to receive an international research award at the 13th Workshop on Cyanobacteria in Boulder, Colorado.
Assistant Professor Mark Messerli and his team developed a tool that predicts how cellular migration and alignment happens when electric stimulation is used to help heal chronic wounds, such as diabetic ulcers and bedsores. The model will help scientists optimize wound repair using electrical stimulation.
A simple method of detecting viral DNA could make it possible to diagnose infectious diseases in the barn or in the field.
The Admissions department has put out a call for new Ambassadors to apply!
Topsoil and nutrient runoff are two serious challenges of sustainable agriculture.
South Dakota State University has been ranked in the top 5 percent nationally as a “Best Value for the Money” in the annual nationwide ranking of U.S.