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MSU’s S3 Fuels Collaboration, Funds New Research

Friday, January 29, 2016
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Science and Society at State, or S3, a research program that supports scholarship across disciplines at Michigan State University, is funding eight new research teams working on topics…

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Paying Citizens to Protect Nearby Environment May Help

Friday, January 29, 2016
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Conserving wildlife habitat sounds noble, but when it comes down to work or sacrifice, cold hard cash – a decent amount of it – goes a long way….

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Food, Energy, Water: Overview of NSF-Funded FEW Workshop

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Amber Pearson, of the MSU Geography Department, provides an overview of information learned from the NSF-funded FEW workshop held on campus in October of 2015. Includes discussion of…

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Food, Energy and Water Nexus: Green Sustainability

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Wei Liao, Director of ADREC at MSU, discusses his latest projects and the many opportunities for collaboration related to food, energy and water research toward a goal of…

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Agriculture + Ecology; Research at the Food, Energy & Water Nexus

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Steve Hamilton, discusses his current research as well as opportunities for collaboration at the interdisciplinary forum on FEW, January 14, 2016.  

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Large Animals and Translational Biomedical Research

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Erik Shapiro, Department of Radiology/Osteopathic Medicine, discusses his current projects and future opportunities related to swine and biomedical research. More about the forums…

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Campus Animal Resources: Perspective on Large Animal Models for Biomedical Research

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Claire Hankenson, DVM, Director of Campus Animal Resources, discusses the current animal and biomedical research opportunities on campus. More about the forums…

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Development of a Canine Model of SCID

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Katheryn Meek, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, presents research related to Development of a Canine Model of SCID for the Interdisciplinary Forum on January 21, 2016. More…

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At-Home Therapies May Help Patients Cope with Cancer Side Effects

Wednesday, January 27, 2016
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When it comes to cancer and its treatments, a person’s quality of life can be greatly affected. Michigan State University researchers are testing two at-home, therapeutic approaches to…

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Pigs as a Biomedical Model for Study of Stress and Brain-Gut Axis Disorders

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Adam Moeser, DVM in the College of Veterinary Medicine, shares his current research at the Interdisciplinary Forum on January 21, 2016. More about the forums…

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