Connecting Flint to needed care
Ecologist to play role in large-scale seabird study
Streams can be sensors
MSU iGEM team wins 2017 silver medal in Boston
Andrew Dennhardt: Estimating eagle populations
Maintaining mental stamina for HIV patients
Agriculture professionals gather to educate wheat growers
Agriculture professionals from across the country will gather in Michigan to teach wheat growers how to improve crop yields during meetings held later this month.
MSU Extension hosts Integrated Pest Management Academy
MSU Extension will host the first Integrated Pest Management Academy at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. The academy will serve as a foundation for newcomers to pest management but can be a valuable review for IPM veterans as well.
KBS bird walks offered through June
Upcoming Birds and Coffee programs are Feb. 8, March 14, April 11, May 9 and June 13.
FSHN's 2011-12 seminar series runs through April
Food Science and Human Nutrition's 2011-12 seminar series runs through April.
Plants of Distinction workshop offered twice in February
To give Michigan gardeners the chance to learn about new varieties that they can add to their landscapes in 2012, MSU Extension is offering a workshop called "Plants of Distinction" at two locations during February.
MSUE hosts small ruminant birth management clinic Feb. 11, 18
Sheep and goat producers will learn how to better manage the birth period during the cold winter season in this education workshop taught by MSU Extension small ruminant specialist Richard Ehrhardt.
Moonlighting enzyme works double shift 24/7
A team of researchers led by MSU has discovered an overachieving plant enzyme that works both the day and night shifts.View story photos
MSU researchers show how new viruses evolve
In the current issue of Science, researchers at MSU demonstrate how a new virus evolves, which sheds light on how easy it can be for diseases to gain dangerous mutations.View story photosView story videos
MSU spin-out company to market portable biohazard detection
A new company formed around MSU nanotechnology promises to move speedy detection of deadly pathogens and toxins from the laboratory directly to the field.View story photos
Showerman tapped to lead CANR institute
Randy Showerman, associate professor in the Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies, was named director of the Institute of Agricultural Technology in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at MSU.