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Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
Studies advance regenerative therapies for equine patients
At Kansas State University, regenerative therapy—including platelet-rich plasma and animal stem cell therapies for equine patients—is a new offering, a university release states.
Lessons Learned From PEDV Could Keep ASF Out of the U.S.
9/24/18 Bovine Veterinarian
They worked with Dr. Diego Diel from SDSU and Dr. Megan Niederwerder from Kansas State University, to set up trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic models and run the studies.
*KSU receives $3 million STEM grant
9/24/18 Manhattan Mercury
The National Science Foundation is funding a five-year, $3 million program that will benefit schools including K-State.
Second KSUnite will be more ‘intentional,’ students on planning committee say
9/24/18 The Collegian
Almost a year later, K-State is preparing for a second KSUnite, and while Paloma Roman, a student on this year’s event planning committee and senior in athletic training, said the university is no longer in crisis, the work the initial event set into motion is far from over.