Organic battery researcher selected for innovations program at Argonne National Lab
Future alternative energy success is highly dependent on the ability to store that energy once captured. Tom Guarr, co-founder of Jolt Energy Storage Technologies LLC, and researcher at the MSU Bioeconomy Institute in Holland, Michigan, is pioneering new technology for that purpose.View story videos
MSU professor Jack Liu name Ecological Society of America Fellow
The Ecological Society of America has recognized the contributions of Michigan State University’s Jianguo “Jack” Liu to the science and scholarship of sustainability by naming him a Fellow.
Students, alumni selected for national fellowship program
The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program, or the GRFP, has selected 17undergraduate and graduate students and alumni from MSU for its fellowship program, along with 17 honorable mentions.
MSU wins four top awards from Department of Energy
Four MSU students earned DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program awards for their research in various areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, making MSU the most-decorated institution represented in the program.
Student-led research highlighted at Board of Trustees meeting
To showcase the latest in student-led research, two MSU scholars presented their academic endeavors at the Board of Trustees meeting on April 13.View story photos
MSU announces new IT strategy and opening of new data center
MSU's new IT strategy and data center will allow the university to imagine and support digital learning, outreach, engagement and research by serving as a tier-1 connected hub for academic units across campus while also providing connectivity to research networks around the world.View story photos
Bugs, microbes and death can inform the living
It’s been said that people can be judged by the company they keep. New research from MSU shows that what’s true for the living also is true for the dead.View story photos
MSU department climbs in rankings for NIH funding
MSU’s Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology in the College of Human Medicine has grown in prestige in the number of top researchers it has attracted, as well as garnering more federal grant funding.View story photos
MSU Fulbright Scholar to study bees in India
MSU College of Natural Science's doctoral student, Allison Young, will spend nine months in India as a Fulbright Scholar investigating some of the most vastly understudied and critically important species for the pollination of both agricultural and wild plants: tropical honey bees.View story photos
Honors College student receives national STEM scholarship
Gabriel Moreau, an Honors College sophomore majoring in physics in Lyman Briggs College and music in the College of Music at MSU, has been named a recipient of the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.View story photos