June 5, 2015
Read all about it: University featured in numerous top tier media
News and Communications Services is helping Kansas State University make waves in several top media outlets.
• Reuters, Time magazine and others published stories about how messing with the budget for haircare and stylists can lead to a tangled mess with your significant other. The stories were inspired from a news release about a K-State study that found arguments about money are the biggest predictor of a divorce.
• IFL Science, the International Business Times and others wrote about K-State researchers developing vaccines for H5N1 and H7N9 avian influenza strains. The stories were the result of a news release about the development of these vaccines. Similarly, KMBC, a Kansas City TV news station, aired a story about the vaccines.
• The Wall Street Journal turned a news release about K-State's listeria research into a sweet story about an ice cream manufacturing resuming production following a listeria outbreak, while the Institute of Food Technologists blogged about how listeria presents a very Rocky Road for ice cream manufactures.
• Newsweek ate up a K-State news release by mentioning the research in a story about how genetically altered food helps to feed the world. The story references K-State's work on sequencing the first chromosome of wheat.
• Reader's Digest made researchers want to wash their hands after it published a story about salmonella contamination in home kitchens, based on a K-State news release.
• The McClatchy Company, including The Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee, Lexington Herald-Leader and others tapped a K-State news release about the shrinking Ogallala Aquifer and shrinking funds for water conservation.
Catch up on all the latest news hits concerning K-State by checking out the K-State in the news today section of the News and Communications Services' website.