Seek is Kansas State University’s flagship research magazine and invites readers to “See” “K”-State’s research, scholarly and creative activities, and discoveries.
Cause or effect
How researchers are analyzing misinformation
It is easier than ever to produce and consume information — it just requires a scroll, swipe or click. Information is at our fingertips every hour of every day.
Greater spaces, better places
Lab works to make the experience worth the visit
Breaking a bottleneck in bee research
Computer vision model gets entomologists, bumblebee buffs all abuzz
K-State entomologist Brian Spiesman is leading the project, called BeeMachine, which uses computer vision to identify North American bumblebee species with images submitted from public databases and ordinary citizens.
Riding the wave
Interdisciplinary teams study water to find solutions
The hidden crisis
Through public health programs, K-State helps communities
As the COVID-19 pandemic has affected communities
across the world, it also has amplified long-existing
problems in communities at home. A shortage of health
care providers. A lack of mental health resources. The
need for strong community and public health research
Two university programs lead to new corporate partnerships
Path to prosperity
Kansas State University is embarking on a plan to increase economic prosperity for people and businesses in Kansas in four key areas.