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State biologists begin white-tailed deer study

May 28, 2013 in The Daily Republic

SIOUX FALLS (AP) The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks is conducting a whitetailed deer fawn survival study to learn more about the deer population in southeastern South Dakota. Continue Reading

Sanford Health buys biotech company Hematech

January 4, 2013 in The Daily Republic

the new company will be rebranded Sanford Applied Biosciences LLC.
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Wildlife biologist says ferrets near Mobridge could be wild

December 27, 2012 in The Daily Republic

It’s the first sighting of a wild black-footed ferret since a colony was discovered in Wyoming three decades ago.
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Graduate student tracking elusive bobcats in Black Hills

November 26, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Eric Ness’s patience paying off while studying the animals in western South Dakota.
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Biology professor to present Harrington Lecture at USD

September 24, 2012 in The Daily Republic

VERMILLION (AP) A University of South Dakota biology professor will present the university’s 60th annual Harrington Lecture on Tuesday.
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Mitchell teacher wins state science award for distinguished service

February 7, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Mitchell High School science teacher Julie Olson added another honor to her list of professional accomplishments Saturday when she was presented with the South Dakota Science Teacher Association’s Distinguished Service Award. Continue Reading

A native interest in science: Brunelle plows new ground as American Indian researcher

December 15, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Dale Brunelle has always wanted to know how things worked. Now he knows more than most about the genetic machinery that controls the growth of corn. A member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in Belcourt, N.D., he will receive a Master of Science degree in biology today at UND’s winter commencement. He plans to continue his work at UND to earn a doctoral degree in genetics, said his mentor and advisor, Bill Sheridan, professor of biology. Continue Reading

Noted world health biomedical researcher to speak at SDSU

October 25, 2011 in The Daily Republic

BROOKINGS – Dr. David Sack, the first person to receive the Gates
Award for Global Health and a finalist for the Nobel Prize, will speak
on campus at South Dakota State University in the Biostress Building
Auditorium at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. The title for his public talk is
“The Science of Diarrhea: Toward Controlling a Major Killing Disease.”

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