November 5, 2019
Seek more about K-State research in the fall magazine issue
How do scientists study our changing brains? Why are we training the next generation of scientists to fight pathogens? How are robots and technology becoming agriculture's modern-day workhorses?
Seek out these answers in the fall issue of Kansas State University's flagship research magazine, Seek. The magazine highlights university research, scholarly and creative activity, and discovery through a print publication as well as the website k-state.edu/seek.
The fall issue includes four feature stories:
The magazine also demonstrates how the Insect Fusion multimedia project engages students in research, shares how engineers are helping families monitor children's sleep quality, and highlights undergraduate scholars, graduate scholars and university distinguished professors.
Seek is published twice a year and is a collaboration among the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Division of Communications and Marketing and other university communicators.