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News & Publications
March 12, 2019 - Two Kansas State University graduate students—Obdulia Covarrubias Zambrano, doctoral student in chemistry, Liberal, and Ana Stoian, doctoral student in pathobiology, Romania—received statewide recognition for their Kansas-related research at the 16th Capitol Graduate Research Summit, Feb. 27, at the State Capitol in Topeka. read more
March 6, 2019 - Dig out your bell-bottoms and platform shoes and disco for a cure at the eighth annual Polyester Party presented by CivicPlus at 7 p.m. Friday, April 5, at the K-State Alumni Center, 1720 Anderson Ave. The party benefits Kansas State University's Johnson Cancer Research Center. read more
Study identifies two proteins that suppress tumor growth in fruit flies, suggests similar effect on human cancers
Jan. 30, 2019 - The concept sounds simple, but understanding the process has been elusive: Cut off the nutrient supply to suppress the growth of tumors. Researchers at Kansas State University are exploring this concept by studying the behaviors of specific proteins in fruit flies that have known counterparts in humans. read more
Off the Hook Bra Crawl - March 26, Downtown Manhattan
Polyester Party - April 5, K-State Alumni Center
Pink Up the Pace 5K & 1-Mile Honor Walk - April 13, Downtown Manhattan
Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight - May 4, Johnson Cancer Research Center, Manhattan
Bill Snyder Highway Half Marathon & 5K - May 25, ManhattanMore events & details