MSU News, Aug 21 2011

Michigan State University professor Bruce Dale says if the world is to make better decisions when it comes to developing new energy sources, it needs to have better methods of measuring progress toward its energy goals. Just how well are we doing at developing alternatives to fossil fuels?

MSU News, Feb 20 2010

Parental influence and access to mathematics courses are likely to guide students to careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics or medicine (STEMM), according to research from Michigan State University.
The findings of Jon Miller, MSU Hannah Professor of Integrative Studies, and colleagues were presented at a symposium titled “Tomorrow’s Scientists and Engineers” at this year’s meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

MSU News, Feb 19 2010

Consumers need faster, more efficient ways of being notified when there is a recall of food products.

That’s the message Michigan State University’s Ewen Todd gave to a symposium at the 2010 American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting being held in San Diego.

Todd, a professor of advertising, public relations and retailing, spoke at a symposium titled “Tracking and Tracing Our Food Supply: The Way Forward.”

MSU News, Feb 19 2010

Science and society need to come together if we are to effectively address the pressing environmental challenges we now face, a Michigan State University professor told a symposium at this year’s meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Phil Robertson, chairperson of the National Science Foundation’s Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) Network and University Distinguished Professor of crop and soil sciences, organized and moderated a session titled “Integrated Science for Society and the Environment.”