Insects and climate hurt plant life
Starkweather remembered for inspiring inventors and revolutionizing printing
Angela Wilson elected national councilor
Humanities Commons recieves grant from NEH
Celebrate black history at Wharton Center
Insect bites and warmer climate means double-trouble for plants
MSU scientists have released a new study showing that infested tomato plants, in their efforts to fight off caterpillars, don’t adapt well to rising temperatures. This double-edged sword worsens their productivity.View story videos
Taming electrons with bacteria parts
Electrons are tough to pin down in biology. Learning how to harness electrons is no fool’s errand, though. When electrons move, they are the electricity that powers life.
Angela Wilson elected American Chemical Society national councilor
Angela Wilson, John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of computational chemistry at MSU, was elected an American Chemical Society Division of Physical Chemistry national councilor.View story photos
Last June, my sisters and I were at my dad’s house preparing for his funeral when my brother-in-law discovered a loose dog in the yard. Long story short, through a tag, phone number, a drive and Facebook sleuthing, we located the young owners who were on vacation. They had recently moved into the neighborhood and their dog sitter was frantic the pup had escaped. We were able to facilitate getting the sweet dog back where she belonged.View story photos
Matt Brodhead: Preparing educators for the real world
Approximately 1 in 59 children in the United States is affected with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD. Over the last 40 years, a robust body of scientific literature has shown that applied behavior analysis, or ABA, is the best and most effective treatment for ASD.View story photos
Creating wonder: Book offers new vision for learning science
Students in the U.S. and Finland participating in a new project-based learning model are not only learning more, but becoming more engaged in class, research from Michigan State University shows.View story photos
New study may lead to fewer hysterectomies in women with uterine fibroid tumors
Uterine fibroid tumors are the leading cause of hysterectomies in the U.S., yet little is known about what causes them. A new study, however, has taken researchers one step closer to understanding how these tumors develop and grow.
Teams Tuesday employee webinar now covers all of Spartan 365
The MSU IT Teams Tuesday webinar for faculty and staff will become the Spartan 365 Power Hour.
InsideMSU to discontinue biweekly print product
After seeking input from faculty and staff across campus, we will be discontinuing the printed version of InsideMSU at the end of January.
Professor named ITE Fellow for contributions to improving mobility safety
MSU Foundation professor Peter Savolainen has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, or ITE, for his ongoing contributions and leadership in improving mobility and transportation safety around the world.View story photos