Entomologists will find it easier to identify parasitic wasps and their host aphids, thanks to the work of SDSU entomologist Paul Johnson and forage breeder Arvid Boe.
Whether people view a college education as an opportunity to increase their earning power or a means of improving social connections depends on their age, according to a 2014 survey of 1,000 adults, ages 18 to 54. It is part of a U.S. Department Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture research project.
We can expect more large, high-intensity forest fires in the coming years, according to wildfire expert Mark Cochrane, a senior scientist at the Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence. He and an international team of researchers used satellite imagery to identify 478 extreme fire events. He will discuss his research on SDPB's In the Moment on Monday, April 10.
Five women at different levels on the SDSU ladder were honored with April Brooks Woman of Distinction Awards Tuesday.
South Dakota high school science and agriculture teachers can learn to integrate current research and new teaching techniques into their curriculums through a new U.S. Department of Agriculture program.
Three seniors will tell legislators about their research in nursing, applied mathematics and cell biology during the annual Student Poster Session in Pierre Thursday.
The ice core lab has developed a means of doing detailed chemical analysis through the brittle part of an ice core. Their work was critical to dating the entire West Antarctica ice core.
College freshmen and sophomores interested in agriculture can learn about precision livestock production through a new summer training program aimed at encouraging Native Americans and minority students to choose these careers.
For the first time, two doctoral students will receive the Joseph F. Nelson Graduate Scholarship Award. Both are from the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences.
Modeling blood flow through a stent graft put graduate student John Asiruwa on the path to a career in biomedical engineering, doing work that “can be life changing for patients.”