Rita Strakovsky, an assistant professor in the Michigan State University Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, has devoted her career to studying how chemical exposure affects mothers and their developing babies.
Michigan State University and the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center, or GVSC, launched a new mobility research initiative as part of a five-year research program to advance autonomous ground vehicle research with Central Michigan University and the University of Michigan.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appointed Ronald Fisher, professor of economics at Michigan State University, to the bipartisan Growing Michigan Together Council, which is tasked with developing a strategy for growing Michigan’s population through investment in people, places and education.
MSU and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) of France have signed an agreement to establish the International Research Laboratory on Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics.
The Michigan State University Research Foundation and Michigan State University announced the recipients of the 2023 Strategic Partnership Grants Program (SPG Program), an important funding mechanism that supports promising new initiatives in key areas of research, scholarship, and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Planned upgrades this summer to the Click system that will improve the researcher experience and efficiency of processes surrounding the lifecycle of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Protocols and Safety submissions.
Apply to this six-month, NSF-funded, science engagement program designed to promote open-minded exchange between members of the public and the scientific community.
Dr. Ángel Abuelo, associate professor of cattle health at the Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine, MSU AgBioResearcher, and dairy veterinarian for MSU Extension, has been selected for the President’s Award from the World Association for Buiatrics (WAB) for his presentations at the 2022 World Buiatrics Congress in Madrid.
MSU recently received full AAALAC accredidation, becoming one of the first Biomedical and Agricultural programs to gain full accreditation.
Fifteen MSU faculty have been awarded Humanities and Arts Research Program (HARP) for production projects including music, theatre, art catalogs and more.