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The top stories mentioning Kansas State University are posted below.  Download an Excel file with all of the day's news stories. 

Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015

*Researchers develop cell line to study obesity, other diseases
11/25/15 Medical Xpress
A Kansas State University research team has created a cell line that can be used in studies aimed at understanding obesity and other disease in humans, a discovery that has caught the attention of a Canadian company that markets innovative work in the life sciences.

*Thanksgiving Food Safety: Salmonella Is No Joke
11/24/15 EHS Today
Kansas State University food safety expert Bryan Severns, manager of food programs and services at Kansas State University Olathe, offers several storing and safety tips that are designed to keep Thanksgiving leftovers filled with flavor rather than a foodborne illness.

*K-State Polytechnic first campus to provide UAS training program
11/24/15 KWCH
Trevor Witt is a Unmanned Aircraft Systems student at Kansas State University Polytechnic. "Safety is a huge issue when it comes to these things."


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Note: Asterisks indicate clips that resulted from recent news releases or pitches from Communications and Marketing.  

See more K-State faculty, staff and students in the news in the clip archives.