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*Spacesuit of the future could power gadgetry with body heat
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013
At Kansas State University, researchers are just over two years into a three-year, $750,000 NASA grant to turn current spacesuits into even better readers of astronauts' vital signs -- and on top of that, make use of the inner workings of the suits themselves to power radios and other embedded electronics.
*Sports bras don't hold up, says researcher developing a better supportive undergarment
12/3/13 Health Canal
One of the most important articles of clothing in women's wardrobes and its contents are receiving a Kansas State University researcher's undivided attention.
*Early childhood educator recommends better toys
When it comes to Christmas gifts for young children, Anna Nippert, instructor of early childhood education at Kansas State University's College of Human Ecology, recommends parents be more focused on fostering imagination in their children than simply buying what is on their list.
OHS presents a new approach to career readiness in accounting
12/3/13 Surfsky (Kentucky)
OHS is the only school in this area currently offering the course that was developed by the Kansas State University Accounting Department under the leadership of Dr. Dan Deines and other KSU accounting professors.
Devoted GM fan gets the ride of a lifetime at Fairfax plant
12/3/13 Kansas City Star
“It has become more unusual as the market has become more competitive,” said Kevin Gwinner, a professor of marketing at Kansas State University.
Kansas Livestock Association to meet as outlook for ranchers improves
12/4/13 Wichita Eagle
Tips on how to start rebuilding is the topic of a panel discussion at the convention featuring ranch management consultant Burke Teichert, Kansas State University professor Glynn Tonsor and Sunflower Supreme heifer development program director Jaymelynn Farney.
THS grads help ChemE Car team on national stage
12/4/13 Tonganoxie Mirror
K-State junior Lacie Falk and sophomores Matthew Christensen and Ben Williams are members of KSU’s ChemE (chemical engineering) Car team.