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Students chosen to present research at Capitol

February 14, 2018

splitface Five Pittsburg State students will present their research in rotunda of the Capitol Building in Topeka on Wednesday, and five more will so on Feb. 20. view more

PSU research team turns tea leaves into batteries

November 3, 2017

splitface Researchers at Pittsburg State University are trying to turn green waste into green energy. view more

PSU grant means local, regional opportunity

October 31, 2017

splitface Local and regional leaders will have access to transformational leadership opportunities next year, thanks to a grant awarded to Enterprise PSU at Pittsburg State University. view more

Student recognized for environmentally friendly research

March 13, 2017

Ranaweera Charith Ranaweera, a graduate student in Pittsburg State University's polymer chemistry program, has recently been recognized for his research on flame resistant polyurethane foams that are based on limonene, an extract from waste orange peels. view more

New bacteria sensor may help prevent food-borne diseases

October 8, 2016

world heart day, world heart day posts, healthy diet for healthy heart, diets recommended for a healthy heart, health tips for a healthy heart, the benefits of a healthy and balanced diet, world heart day healthy heart, indian express, indian express news Scientists, including one of Indian Origin, have developed a new nanosensor to rapidly detect the presence of bacteria to help prevent food-borne diseases. view more

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