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Fresh Ink: Keeping Inmates From Tattooing Inside Prison Walls

"I've been here for almost 25 years and it's been going on for decades," said Warden Darin Young.

One out of every five people in the United States has at least one tattoo. As the trend becomes more and more popular, it’s also one that continues to take place inside prison walls. No matter how hard prison officials try, they say it’s almost impossible to stop it.

California Bio-tech Company Uses USD Research Lab To Commercialize New Drug

NanoBlood LLC Seeking FDA Fast Track For Blood Substitute

A California bio-tech company is moving to Sioux Falls where it will use University of South Dakota facilities to commercialize a next-generation blood substitute that could help save lives in critical care and transfusion cases.