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SDSU researchers to present at American Society of Animal Science meeting

South Dakota State University researchers, undergraduate and graduate students, and SDSU Extension experts will present a variety of research results at the virtual meeting of the American Society of Animal Science Midwest Section on March 8 - 10. “I am very proud of the work of our faculty and students,” says Joseph Cassady, head of SDSU’s Department of Animal Science and interim head of the Dep

First Dakota National Bank eTrading Education Lab offers experience employers are looking for

SDSU prides itself on offering students a variety of experiential opportunities. One of those opportunities has been giving students the experience employers are searching for. The Ness School of Management and Economics is home to the First Dakota National Bank eTrading Education Lab.

Precision Ag project brings interdisciplinary collaboration between South Dakota and Vermont

South Dakota State University is well known for its leadership in agricultural research and innovation. This work often depends on active collaboration with researchers in other fields.

School of American and Global Studies hitting the ground running since 2019 launch

The School of American and Global Studies celebrated its first year in July 2020. Launched in 2019, the school had only been together six months before COVID-19 hit.

Students win business plan competition with aims to improve shelf life of produce

South Dakota State University students Matthew Cole, Logan Wolf, Nolan Lee, Jordan Traub-Jensen, and Kendal Schreier won the Second Annual Brookings Student Business Plan Competition recently held at the Research Park at SDSU.

The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Welcomes a New Soil Health Researcher

Sutie Xu, a soil health researcher, has joined the Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science at South Dakota State University as an Assistant Professor. “Dr. Xu is extremely passionate about improving soil health and about the concept of regenerative agriculture,” said David Wright, Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Department Head.

SDSU study examines woodchip quality in bioreactors

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.

SDSU microbiology student improves soybean meal digestibility

Soybean meal is an important source of protein for animal feed, but it’s not perfect. “Soybean meal contains substances, known as antinutritional factors, that do not harm the animal, but can interfere with digestion,” explained South Dakota State University sophomore Javi Adividya.

Society of Physics Students Chapter receives second-straight SPS Chapter Research Award

South Dakota State University’s Society of Physics Students Chapter won the 2021 SPS Chapter Research Award to study hybrid perovskite solar cells.

BEDC partners with SDSU to identify the business value of new innovations

The Brookings Economic Development Corporation is helping committed researchers identify and refine their ideas, determine the business value of these ideas and secure funding to further develop their business concepts. In its third year, Think Tank Thursdays is a collaboration with South Dakota State University that offers a systematic approach using simple but powerful tools to assess and valid