K-State in the news today
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Friday, May 26, 2023
HydroGraph Clean Power Inc. to Present at the June 1st Virtual Investor Summit
HydroGraph Clean Power Inc. was founded in 2017 to fund and commercialize green, cost-effective processes to manufacture high-purity graphene, hydrogen and other strategic materials in bulk. Publicly listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange in December 2021, the Company acquired the exclusive license from Kansas State University to produce both graphene and hydrogen through their patented detonation process. More information about the Company and its products can be found on the HydroGraph website.
Kansas lab will be ‘critical in protecting the country’
“We are here today to celebrate strength, community, and our ability to impact the world through advanced animal disease research,” Richard Linton, K-State president, said.
NBAF commemorates progress with ribbon cutting, dedication ceremony
Vilsack says with over 400 employees through USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, and access to nearby Kansas State University, the future of the nation’s food supply, ag economy and public health, is in good hands.
*K-State collaborative study finds world’s largest lakes are shrinking
A Kansas State University collaborative study found that more than half of the world’s largest lakes are shrinking.