Two SDSU power systems researchers are developing statistical models that will help orchestrate the integration of renewable energy into the electricity grid.
A new project at the SDSU Image Processing Laboratory will help intelligence agencies use images from remote-sensing satellites to protect national security.
A trip to see family in India gave assistant professor Saikat Basu an opportunity to improve delivery of an antiseptic nasal spray to help reduce risk of COVID-19.
The secret to a durable highway lies beneath the driving surface.
Associate professor Guanghui Hua, professor Chris Schmit and lecturer Kyungnan “Karen” Min are evaluating the efficiency of fresh and weathered woodchips at removing nitrates from tile drainage water.
Assistant professor Hossein Moradi is helping precision agriculture faculty efficiently, accurately assess variables affecting yield.
Businesses can learn how to be proactive in reducing the spread of COVID-19 by improving indoor ventilation and mitigation strategies through South Dakota State University’s Economic Development Ad