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Improving Africa’s Agricultural Productivity

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Working with the New Partnership for Africa’s Development, Michigan State University researchers are focused on improving agriculture productivity and building capacity among the continent’s bio-technology regulators. – International…

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MSU Research: Salt Substitute from Corn Starch

Friday, January 1, 1999

1999 – Michigan State University Distinguished Professor Kris Berglund patents his salt substitute made from lysine, which is fermented from corn starch. The salt substitute is marketed as…

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MSU Research History: Homogenization of Milk?

Tuesday, January 1, 1929
glass of milk

1929 – Michigan State University dairy industry pioneer G. Malcolm Trout made significant progress in milk production methods, but he did not invent the processes of pasteurization nor homogenization….

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MSU Research History: Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

Saturday, September 1, 1900
Marsahll Hall

1900 – The Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics officially began as the Department of Bacteriology and Farm Hygiene during the 1900-1901 academic year. Charles Marshall was appointed…

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