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K-State in the news today

Read some of today's top stories mentioning Kansas State University. Download an Excel file (xls) with all of the day's news stories. 

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Friday, June 23, 2017 

National/international 
* Flying drones at night allowed at Polytechnic in Salina
06/22/17 Associated Press/McClatchy DC Bureau
Kansas State University's Polytechnic Campus in Salina is going to be flying unmanned aircraft systems after dark.

Kansas State Touts Large Capital Projects in Last 5 Years
06/22/17 Associated Press/U.S. News & World Report
Kansas State University says it has added or renovated more than 1 million square feet of space on the Manhattan campus in the last five years.

How to make better ceramics
July 2017 issue Mechanical Engineering Magazine (Hard copy)
Singh, a professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering at Kansas State University, recently received a patent for a liquid polymer with the viscosity of water that transforms into a ceramic when heated. Several companies are already testing the material as a coating to prevent sensor damage in manufacturing and defense applications, and for making less expensive ceramic fiber reinforcements for ceramic composites jet turbine blades. 
State 
* Kansas State touts large capital projects in last 5 years
06/22/17 KCTV 5
Kansas State University says it has added or renovated more than 1 million square feet of space on the Manhattan campus in the last five years.
Local
Alsop, Blenn win College Fishing Nationals
06/22/17 The Collegian
This year at the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) College Fishing Nationals, the Kansas State University team of Travis Blenn, senior in park management and conservation, and Kyle Alsop, a December 2016 alumnus in mechanical engineering, took first place with 41 pounds and 12 ounces total after three days of the competition at Wheeler Lake in Alabama June 2.

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