Agronomy professor named one of top 150 scientists
A Kansas State University professor of agronomy was named one of the top 150 Kansas scientists by Kansas Ad Astra.
Dan Devlin was recently selected to be part of the Kansas Ad Astra's Science in Kansas: 150 Years and Counting project because of his research in water quality related to conservation practices and watersheds.
The Science in Kansas project has been highlighting 150 Kansas scientists during 2011. Each scientist is featured on a "trading card" geared toward teachers and students. The trading cards are intended to inspire students toward careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Devlin's card was released in November.
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