A Great Lakes pipeline dispute points to a broader energy dilemma
Douglas Bessette, assistant professor of community sustainability, addresses a Great Lakes pipeline dispute points to a broader energy dilemma.
Understanding a skin disease that's peculiar to giraffes
As published in The Conversation, MSU's Robert Montgomery and doctoral candidate Arthur Muneza discuss research on Giraffe Skin Disease, a condition prevalent in East Africa that causes skin lesions.
Restocking wolves on Isle Royale raises questions about which species get rescued
As published in The Conversation, MSU faculty Eric Freedman discusses the wildlife implications of reintroducing wolves into Lake Superior's Isle Royale.
Faculty to lead $50M study to strengthen African agriculture higher ed
Thom Jayne has been chosen as the lead author of a study commissioned by the World Bank to identify how agricultural universities can effectively respond to emerging new skill requirements of Africa’s agricultural workforce.View story photos
MSU aquatic ecologist lands grant to study phytoplankton traits
Elena Litchman, MSU aquatic ecologist, is leading a three-year, $993,000 project funded by the National Science Foundation in collaboration with faculty at the University of Texas at Austin.View story photos
EPA salutes MSU green energy
Michigan State University received a 2018 Green Power Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyView story photos
MSU nets $1.1M in DOE grants
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded nearly $1.1 million in grants to four MSU faculty members.
Diamond technology cleans up PFAS-contaminated wastewater
MSU-Fraunhofer is developing a scalable treatment option for PFAS-contaminated wastewater.View story photosView story videos
‘Our Table’ hosts free conversation on the GMOs
The MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will host Our Table, a free conversation on the science behind GMOs, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 25, in the MSU Molecular Plant Sciences Building, room 1200. Tours of a lab in the plant, soil and microbial sciences department will start at 4 p.m.View story photos
Amazon rainforest conservation victories spill losses to neighbors
New research suggests that protecting the Amazon rainforest from deforestation may just be shifting the damage to a less renowned neighbor. The unintended consequences are profound.View story photos