Sunflower seeds traced as source of toxic mold, potent liver carcinogen
Dorgan named Lamp Endowed Chair in Chemical Engineering
Studying how human cells respond to certain stressors
Secured with a fingerprint?
Participating in autonomous vehicle competition
15 named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
Our freshwater lakes are getting saltier
North America's freshwater lakes are getting saltier due to growing development and exposure to road salt, according to a new, large-scale study involving MSU.View story photos
Hospitals put your data at risk, study finds
Lying in a hospital bed, the last thing you should have to worry about is a personal data breach. Yet recent research co-authored by an MSU business scholar found nearly 1,800 occurrences of large data breaches in patient information over a seven-year period.View story photos
MSU’s Abrams Planetarium hosts horn recital
MSU’s Abrams Planetarium will be the site of a unique concert that combines the power of music with the visuals that the planetarium has to offer.
MSU selected for GM-sponsored autonomous vehicle competition
MSU will compete against seven other North American universities to create a fully autonomous vehicle in a new challenge announced April 5 by General Motors and other sponsors.
Spartan Innovations’ GreenLight Business Model Competition announces 2017 winners
The GreenLight Business Model Competition, an early-stage pitch competition bringing together entrepreneurs and small business supporters from all over Michigan, has announced the winners of its fifth annual event.
Digital Dig: A new discovery from Ancient Greece
Through the careful study of excavation records dating back some 40 years and using drones and GPS technology, MSU’s Jon Frey has discovered an ancient gymnasium at the archaeological site of Isthmia, Greece.View story photos
15 undergraduate, graduate students and alumni named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
Fifteen undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni from MSU have been selected for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program, along with 13 honorable mentions.
Mari Isa: Good bones
I started at MSU as an undergraduate. That fall, I took my first anthropology class, Biocultural Evolution, and began working in the Nubian Bioarchaeology Laboratory under the guidance of Dr. Todd Fenton. Needless to say, I was hooked.View story photos
2017 MSU Science Festival set for April 7-23
The fifth annual MSU Science Festival will highlight the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and math in 15-plus cities across Michigan April 7-23.
Stars to shine at MSU’s Abrams Planetarium
April will be a busy month at MSU’s Abrams Planetarium. In addition to the debuts of two new shows, the planetarium also will be an active participant in the April 7 Statewide Astronomy Night, which is part of the MSU Science Festival.View story photos