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New research from Michigan State University shows that the postmortem microbiome ­– populations of micro-organisms that move in after death – can provide crucial insights into public health.
A particular type of lipid, or fat, thought to only exist in the skin, now lives in your eye and might play a major role in deterring a diabetic eye disease, according to a new Michigan State University study.
Michigan State University scientists are testing a promising drug that may stop a gene associated with obesity from triggering breast and lung cancer, as well as prevent these cancers from growing.
To help advance online learning, MSU researchers are using robots to help distance learners feel more connected in their classes.
A four-year study suggests that AMP cattle grazing can potentially offset greenhouse gas emissions and be environmentally friendly.
Multitasking with multiple devices while snacking may influence food choices, according to a new Michigan State University study.

Cuff devices for blood pressure measurement are inconvenient, and mobile device apps for blood pressure measurement that are now being introduced may lack accuracy.

Farmers around the world are turning birds and other vertebrate predators to help them reduce pesticide use and crop damage.
Michigan State University scientists recommend that officials focus their conservation efforts on fish to protect Michigan's 45 varieties of freshwater mussels.
Michigan State University scientists are engineering a virus-like particle, known as Qβ, that will generate anti-cancer immune responses in the body and potentially be used as a new vaccine for the treatment of cancer.