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Biological and agricultural engineering faculty honored at international meeting
Seven faculty members and two graduate students from the biological and agricultural engineering department were recognized for their accomplishments at the 2017 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering's annual international meeting.
Prabhakar recipient of endowed chair in engineering
Pavithra Prabhakar, associate professor of computer science at Kansas State University, has been named the Peggy and Gary Edwards chair in engineering.
Helwig Farms supports university's award-winning quarter-scale tractor team
Carl and Melinda Helwig, owners of Helwig Farms, Columbus, have made a gift to support the Helwig Farms Quarter-Scale Tractor Team — previously known as Powercat Tractors — at K-State and the biological and agricultural engineering department.
State's largest engineering college adds bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering
The College of Engineering at Kansas State University, with recent approval from the Kansas Board of Regents, will add biomedical engineering as its 11th Bachelor of Science degree program.
Report features article, software developed by K-State civil engineering professor
Hayder Rasheed, professor of civil engineering, authored a report and developed software that was recently featured by the Institute for Transportation at Iowa State University and National Academy of Science's Transportation Research Board.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS ™ names engineer's graphene aerogel as world's lightest 3-D printed material
A Kansas State University engineer has co-developed 3-D printed graphene aerogel that GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS has declared the lightest 3-D printed material in the world.