Using Prussian Blue Nanoparticles to Diagnose and Treat Brain Cancer
Meghan Hill is a graduate student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Her studies involve Prussian Blue nanoparticles and how they can impact cancer research.
Increasing Crop Yield and Reducing Water Consumption with Precision Irrigation
Younsuk Dong, an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist at the MSU Department of Biosystem and Agricultural Engineering, has created a system that will improve irrigation and plant disease management
Climate Change Threatens Asia’s Water Tower
MSU researchers are identifying policy changes that need to happen now to prepare for the future impacts projected by climate models. The rapid melting of glaciers and snowpack due to regional temperature increases has caused an unprecedented decline in water availability. This creates cascading impacts on water, food and energy security.
Learning From the Meltwater Stonefly Before We Lose It
These alpine insects face a dire future, but MSU researchers are helping make sure we learn the valuable lessons they can still share
Wilson to Lead Comprehensive Assessments of Police Staffing
Jeremy Wilson, professor in the School of Criminal Justice, and his team of researchers are set to address the national police staffing crisis by developing data-driven lessons for administrators and lawmakers.
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine May Increase Exclusion
An MSU political science researcher has found the use of artificial intelligence in medicine may lead to marginalized people receiving inadequate care.
Researchers to Study Movement Disorders and Falls in the Elderly
Two researchers from Michigan State University will design and implement scalable wireless systems to track and detect motion in people – assisting in diagnosing movement disorders and alerting caregivers of elderly falls in real time.
Repurposing Existing Drugs to Fight New COVID-19 Variants
Finding new ways to treat the novel coronavirus and its ever-changing variants has been a challenge for researchers, especially when the traditional drug development and discovery process can take years.
MSU Collaborates with Texas Instruments to Create Space Electronics Center
Michigan State University will be sending its expertise to space thanks to the development of a new Space Electronics Center in collaboration with Texas Instruments.