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Division of Biology researchers awarded U.S. Department of Education Grant

Researchers awarded grant to develop microfabricated device for the rapid discovery of bacterial interactions

Disease that threatens Kansas wheat crop subject of genetic study by postdoctoral researcher

Pond scum and the gene pool: One critical gene in green algae responsible for multicellular evolution, understanding of cancer origin

Cave mollies article published by BBC Earth

41 graduate students earn scholarships at the campuswide research forum

Kansas State University students earn National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

Genetics help fish thrive in toxic environments, collaborative study finds

Three graduate students named winners at statewide research summit

Graduate students present Kansas-related research to legislators at statewide summit

Galliart awarded National Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research

K-State faculty, students present at 13th annual Ecological Genomics Institute international symposium

Two K-State biology students place highly at Sigma Xi research conference

Seven undergraduate students present research for annual SUROP

Research shows that genomics can match plant variety to climate stresses

Evolution study finds recent agricultural pest stems from one fly generation's big genetic shift

More than two decades of undergraduate research in ecology and evolutionary biology continues with NSF grant renewal

Two students earn honors from the National Science Foundation

Graduate student to attend Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Three doctorate students rewarded with prestigious Sarachek award

Division of Biology undergraduates recognized for outstanding achievements

Collaboration of citrus greening researchers begins 5-year plan to save citrus

Researchers develop detailed genetic map of world wheat varieties