The bacterium that causes atypical pneumonia is helping scientists uncover how cells make the most of limited resources. By measuring all the proteins this bacterium produces, scientists at EMBL Heidelberg and collaborators have found that the secret is fine-tuning.
The DSU Cyber Corps hosted approximately 300 Madison Middle School students, on Friday, Oct. 19, and Monday, Oct. 22,for half-day cyber security education on the Dakota State University campus. The students attended six sessions led by the experienced students and faculty in computer and network security at DSU.
Students from Dakota State University will be serving as technology interns at the South Dakota Legislature during the 2013 session.
Madison High School graduates attending Dakota State University are recipients of the Step Up City of Madison Scholarship in 2013 spring semester. Scholarship winners are: Ashley Currey, Tanner Engbrecht, Stacey Hopf, Spencer Leighton, Donald Mackenzie, Kaley Millard, Kylie Salmen, D'Artist Williams, and Logan Wray.
Minneapolis' Mixed Blood Theatre's production of Daughters of Africa will be performed at the DSU Science Center Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 25th, at 7:00 p.m. This music driven history of the triumphs and accomplishments of African American women was written for Mixed Blood Theatre by award-winning playwright Syl Jones.
Alan Montgomery, Dakota State University professor of art, will have two drawings in the upcoming Baksun Books & Arts and The Jerusalem Fund Gallery works on paper, traveling exhibition called "The Map is Not the Territory." The exhibition, featuring Native American, Irish, and Palestinian artists, is scheduled to open on September 6, 2013, at The Jerusalem Fund Gallery in Washington, D.
Dakota State University College of Arts and Sciences will again host a Model United Nation's event on Monday, March 18, from 9:00 - 2:30, in the Events Center at the Dakota Prairie Playhouse.
This commentary previews an upcoming Supreme Court case, Amgen v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds, in which the Court will decide whether plaintiffs in securities fraud class actions must prove materiality at the class certification stage, or if that inquiry is more appropriately left to later stages of litigation.
Majority of Americans Support Dozens of Policies to Strengthen U.S. Gun Laws
Spotted on Twitter: a five-minute guide on YouTube to using Screencast-O-Matic.
Apparently Microsoft has a huge security patch coming next week. Heads up.