Sheep producers busy during this lambing season should be aware of the potential for Cache Valley virus, or CVV, to affect their lambing crop.
Fueling up your car with ethanol produced from blue-green algae may sound far-fetched. But Bill Gibbons, a professor and researcher in SDSUs Department of Biology and Microbiology, says it is close to reality ...
Windows may one day generate electricity to heat and cool buildings, thanks to research done at the South Dakota State University Center for Advanced Photovoltaics.
After 2 to 6 inches of rain fell on most of central South Dakota - and more in isolated areas - in the last couple weeks; South Dakota State University Extension Soil Specialist, Ron Gelderman, says some fields may experience ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- South Dakota State University mathematicians are helping doctors of the Mayo Clinic build mathematical models to fine-tune an innovative strategy to treat cancer.
A student's scholarship-winning project at South Dakota State University may help scientists better understand how grapes and other plants respond to drought.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Tweet this: Using a social networking platform such as Twitter as a tool in university courses can increase student engagement and boost grades.
The diagnostic test to determine cyanide exposure takes 24 hours.
(PhysOrg.com) -- South Dakota State University research shows a traditional Asian flatbread called chapathi, or chapati, gets a big boost in protein and fiber when fortified with food-grade distillers grains.
On a cold February day, heat is a good thing, but not when it comes to electronics. Assistant professor Gregory Michna of the SDSU Mechanical Engineering Department is developing a means of cooling laptops and portable electronic ...