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Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
National/InternationalIs Black Pepper Healthy? Here's What the Science Says
But pepper probably deserves more scrutiny. Some research has linked black pepper marinades to the elimination of heterocyclic amines, or HCAs, which are the cancer-causing chemicals that form when meat is charred or cooked at high temperatures. A group at Kansas State University found that mixing one gram of fine black pepper with 100 grams of ground beef—which works out to about a teaspoon of black pepper per half-pound of meat—almost completely eliminated the formation of HCAs during cooking.
State/Regional* Industrial hemp research part of plan to save K-State horticulture center near Wichita
01/18/19 The Wichita Eagle
Industrial hemp research and other proposed changes may keep a Kansas State University horticulture center near Wichita from closing.
Northeast Kansas university, business leaders talk workforce issues
01/17/19 Topeka Capital-Journal
Robinson, along with K-State president Richard Myers and Washburn University president Jerry Farley, each drew attention to challenges educational institutions find in times of tight budgets and declining student populations.
Local* Topeka Public Schools set to bank on wind power
USD 501 joins Washburn University, University of Kansas, Kansas State University, and USD 383 Manhattan/Ogden as entities set to receive energy from Soldier Creek.