MSU to host third international cybercrime conference
Understanding the people who are targets of cybercrime, the motives of the crooks and the technical components of the attacks will be the focus of an international conference at MSU that features well-known speakers from Arizona to England.View story photos
Robert Pennock: Defending Scientific Integrity
In early fall of 2004, a bright student from one of my previous Lyman Briggs courses came to my office with a copy of the Intelligent Design Creationist textbook “Of Pandas and People.”View story photos
‘Hmong Memory at the Crossroads’ to premiere
The College of Arts and Letters Department of Romance and Classical Studies will premiere the documentary film “Hmong Memory at the Crossroads” at 4 p.m. Monday in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center Auditorium, 219 S. Harrison Road.
MSU debate team finishes in top 8 at Texas tournament
The MSU debate team finished in the top eight out of 124 teams competing in the Texas Open tournament this week.
Robert Montgomery: Diversity is a Difference Maker
My name is Robert Montgomery. I am a white male. I am an assistant professor of wildlife conservation. In my field, I am the norm. I am common. And the fact that I am common is a problem.View story photos
Celebrating Bangladesh artists
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU will present its first joint exhibition of contemporary Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman. The exhibition will explore the artists’ commentary on and challenge of social values, expectations and conventions that are a part of everyday life.
Service-minded students nominated for national Truman Scholarship
Four students involved in public service have been nominated by MSU for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.View story photos
MSU teaming with world's best minds for global food security, sustainability
Top-tier scientists at MSU are joining some of the best minds in agricultural and sustainability research in Brazil, the United Kingdom and China to launch into an ambitious global initiative on food security and land use.
New environmental observation methods see the forest for the trees
A marriage in the remote forests of China promises to unite two important forces to better inform the health and future of biodiversity. The union is reported in this week’s journal Ecological Indicators by MSU researchers.View story photos
Why do scientists chase unicorns?
Scientists chase unicorns because if they could prove the existence of the magical beasts, the world would be a better place. MSU plant biologist Maren Friesen's quest was to find near-mythical bacteria that could fix their own nitrogen. Her search for such magical beasties was based on results from Germany published in the 1990s that seemed to confirm their existence.View story photos