Collaborating on new gamma-ray observatory
Improving science teaching
Developing warning sensors
Studying star formation
Graduate students host art fundraiser
The Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Student Organization is holding a silent art auction fundraiser, “Art for the Scientist Soul,” on April 10 in the Molecular Plant Science atrium.
MSU Horticulture Club places second in national competition
MSU’s Horticulture Club took home the silver medal, and a horticulture senior took top honors last week at the Landscape Olympics.
Food and agriculture leaders’ confidence in Michigan economy continues to grow
Farmers agree that confidence in Michigan’s food and agriculture remains high. In addition, confidence in Michigan’s overall economy has increased in the past 12 months.
How did the chicken cross the sea?
It may sound like the makings of a joke, but answering the question of how chickens crossed the sea may soon provide more than just a punch line.View story photos
Juli Wade: Hooked on research
I started down my career path because I wasn’t so happy with my job in the kitchen of a restaurant at Cornell University, where I was pursuing a bachelor’s degree. The people I worked with were terrific, but it was hot, messy and exhausting. The best part was drinking the remnants of chocolate shakes when we “accidentally” made more than the glass could hold.View story photos
Howling for crowd funding
Wolves, coyotes, dogs and hyenas howl and whoop to communicate across vast distances. Taking a cue from the mammals she is studying, an MSU scientist is calling out on the Internet to seek funds to help move her field forward.View story photos
MSU to host first hackathon this weekend
For one weekend, 300 students from a wide range of disciplines and skill levels will team up to build creative, innovative technological projects from scratch.
MSU a major collaborator in new gamma-ray observatory
MSU researchers are key players in a new observatory that will study high-energy gamma rays and cosmic rays coming from extreme sources in the universe, such as black holes, dark matter and exploding stars.View story photos
Agriculture, food and natural resources students can earn MSU credits during high school
An agreement between MSU and the Michigan Department of Education Office of Career and Technical Education will allow high school students to earn college credits while they’re still in high school.
MSU engineering celebrates collaboration with Consumers Energy
A long-standing collaboration between the Michigan State University College of Engineering and Consumers Energy will be celebrated this Friday.