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Matt Schmidt



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University Marketing and Communication, South Dakota State University

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Spring 2017


Division of Research and Economic Development

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Pharmacy researcher investigates how aspirin kills cancer cells [page] 1
Problem-solving, cornerstone of SDSU research [page] 2
Fluid flow model evaluates clotting risk in new stent graft design [page] 2
Sanford research project inspires graduate student [page] 3
Experience key to nurses' comfort in communicating with terminally ill patients [page] 4
Nondigestible starch feeds gut microbes, reduces inflammation [page] 5
Researchers investigate workings if antibody therapeutics [page] 6
DNA, RNA sequencing available in campus to researchers statewide [page] 7
QUBIC-R software helps researchers model, visualize gene expression networks [page] 8
Scientists assess survival of swine viruses in imported feed ingredients [page] 9
Gene linked to hormone that impacts soybean-nodule development [page] 10
Measuring research investments [page] 10-11
Ag engineering doctoral student develops separation methods for biofuels [page] 11
Research enhances undergraduate experience [page] 12


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Editor: Matt Schmidt

Research: South Dakota State University, Spring 2017



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