Staying the course
Fort Valley State University seniors Aikaari Ryce, Tori McGuire and Kayla Staten will soon start a new chapter in their lives.
FVSU alumnus uses electrical engineering degree to aid the U.S. Air Force.
Plant science students conduct interactive gene editing research
Fort Valley State University students participate in a four-day workshop about gene editing with CRISPR (clustered regularly…
Treating mastitis with good bacteria
Treating a common disease that decreases milk production in dairy animals may require fighting off this serious infection with…
From the Valley to the Swamp
FVSU alumnus pursues doctorate degree at the University of Florida
Robotic technology aids in research to control a pesky insect
An agricultural robot is giving a team of scientists a better view of a troublesome pest that is disrupting sorghum production…
Fort Valley State helps small farmers during COVID-19 pandemic
Fort Valley State University's Meat Technology Center provides clients a needed service.
Training the future nanotechnology workforce
Dr. Hari Singh, associate professor of plant science and biotechnology at Fort Valley State University, is using a $137,165…