Nearly 2,500 adolescents and adults in rural communities across South Dakota are better prepared to prevent opioid misuse through SDSU Extension’s Strengthening the Heartland Program.
Examining the factors that affect the number of females being harvested during the bear hunting season will help Pennsylvania wildlife officials manage population.
Engineering students at South Dakota State University are designing a drone large enough to carry a human for their capstone senior design project through a nearly $80,000 grant from NASA.
More than 50 mental health clinicians and 14 Head Start teachers are increasing their ability to help young children experiencing social and emotional difficulties, thanks to training provided through the South Dakota Early Childhood Mental Health Coll…
Researchers have found that 2,4,6-trihydroxybenzoic acid, one of the compounds produced when the body metabolizes or breaks down flavonoids, can inhibit cancer cell growth under specific conditions.
Counselors who are specially trained to provide adjustment services to people with disability help their clients find gainful employment.
Energy generated by solar panels and wind turbines interfaces to the electricity grid using power electronic converters–but how will these converter-based and traditional-based control systems interact to ensure voltage and frequency stability?
Delivering palliative care to rural, frontier areas is difficult, but the lack of infrastructure makes developing programs for three Northern Plains Indian tribes even more challenging.
Designing the components so a cyanide detector can be mass produced requires expertise in injection molding–and going with a local company has major advantages for researchers.
Increasing the number of providers who receive specialized training to provide medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction can help save lives.