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Inside KELOLAND: Research In SD

December 23, 2012, 11:50 AM by Anna Peters

Inside KELOLAND:  Research In SD
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

South Dakota's research community is growing and so is its impact. 

On this edition of Inside KELOLAND, we look at the progress Sanford scientists have made in 2012 and we look ahead to what they hope to accomplish in 2013. 

Researchers talk about everything from diseases, like Batten disease and cancer to their research to better understand why some problems are more prevalent on South Dakota's reservations.  Plus, we talk about some local work that's recently had a national impact.

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