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Engineers and soil physicist are joint recipients of National Water and Energy Conservation Award
Three K-State agricultural engineers and a soil physicist share in a national award for water and energy conservation.
USDA-funded multi-robot farming project to aid in increasing world's food supply
The new project "Multi-Robot Farming on Marginal, Highly Sloped Lands" has the potential of not only increasing yield for an enlarging population but to do so in a sustainable way that will allow continued feeding of the world.
Computer scientists to study application of big data for improved disaster management and response
Computer scientists with Kansas State University's College of Engineering have received grants totaling nearly $1.7 million for the project "Domain Adaptation Approaches for Classifying Crisis-Related Data on Social Media."
Kansas State University research team wins R&D 100 Award for wearable radiation detection technology
A Kansas State University research team lead by Douglas McGregor, university distinguished professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering, has won its fifth top 100 technology honor since 2005 from R&D magazine.
Carl and Mary Ice establish K-State Family Scholarship match funds for human ecology, engineering students
Carl and Mary Ice, Westlake, Texas, have established two scholarship match funds through the K-State Family Scholarship program to benefit students pursuing degrees in the colleges of Human Ecology and Engineering at Kansas State University.