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KU News: KU student awarded Astronaut Scholarship two years in a row

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines KU student Audrey Rips-Goodwin awarded Astronaut Scholarship two years in a row LAWRENCE — Audrey Rips-Goodwin, a senior...

KU News: KU researchers highlight how $80.6 billion in federal spending supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities nationwide

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Contact: Jen Humphrey, Life Span Institute, 785-864-6621, [email protected], @kulifespan KU researchers highlight how $80.6 billion in federal spending...

KU Media Advisory: Communication studies expert can comment on high-stakes presidential debate

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Media advisory Contact: Rick Hellman, KU News Service, 785-864-8852, [email protected], @RickHellman Communication studies expert can comment on high-stakes presidential...

September is just around the corner!

"2024" seems to be flying by quickly! September is just around the corner! That means cooler weather, fall sports and the Extension Master Gardener...

“Urinary leakage in men and women”

As husband and wife urologists, we talk a lot about the urinary tract and how it affects our patients. In women, the most common urinary...

Onions in the Giving Garden

In the spring, we plant many onions in the Giving Garden in town. At last check they were looking great and soon it will...

Hoping for a miracle to save the Ogallala Aquifer? Prepare for the new Dust Bowl.

In the summer of 1894, a curious railway car plied the tracks of western Kansas, a chemical soup wafting to a sky ruled by...

Public Health Advisories for Kansas Lakes Due to Blue-Green Algae

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) have issued a public health advisory due...

Harvesting Melons

To get the highest sugar content possible, allow melons to ripen completely on the vine. Color is a common indicator of ripeness for cantaloupes,...

When to Pick Tomatoes

Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable grown in Kansas. And that's because they can be used in so many different ways -- sliced fresh,...
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