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Seek magazine

Seek is Kansas State University’s flagship research magazine and invites readers to “See” “K”-State’s research, scholarly and creative activities, and discoveries.

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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.

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Greater spaces, better places

Lab works to make the experience worth the visit


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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.

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Riding the wave

Interdisciplinary teams study water to find solutions


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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

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Engaging success

Two university programs lead to new corporate partnerships

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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.