Just in time for the season two premiere of Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” MSU professors travel back to the 1980s to analyze the strange and supernatural world of the Upside Down. From the possibility of parallel universes and telekinesis to the power of nostalgia, take a look at what these experts have to say. After all, Spartans don’t lie.View story photos
At MSU, scientists are maximizing big data for big solutions. Plant researcher David Kramer and his team are making sophisticated scientific tools inexpensive and easy to use to empower and connect researchers, farmers, and plant experts around the world.View story photos
Flipping the switch on creativity
MSU's Media Sandbox director Karl Gude teaches students to tap into their creativity. That's important because creativity is at the core of innovation, driving new ways of doing things, from making art to making scientific breakthroughs.View story photos
A seat at the table
MSU's endowed chair positions draw top talent and create opportunity. They are invaluable when it comes to furthering scholarship, attracting funding and the best graduate students and faculty and opening possibilities for collaboration across campus and with partner institutions.
Spartan Crime Fighters
Spartans are fighting crime on multiple fronts and in extraordinary ways. As researchers, investigators, advocates, teachers, mentors, scientists and engineers, they are battling illegal animal trade in Africa, working to prevent sexual assault in communities across America, analyzing crime scenes and curbing urban youth violence.View story photos