As a high school student, Terry Himes dreamed of exploring space. Today, the Spartan who graduated in 1975 from Michigan State University’s College of Engineering is living his dream.
Michigan State University researchers are leaders in cherry research to support this industry, including on production strategies and disease and insect control
MSU researchers reveal surprisingly high risk levels, share precautions that work against MRSA — and COVID-19
Michigan State University researchers have received $2.1 million in grant funding to test for the novel coronavirus in wastewater, which has the potential to be an early warning system for the presence of COVID-19.
A team of Michigan State University scientists designed and fabricated a remote forest fire detection and alarm system powered by nothing but the movement of the trees in the wind.
Thanks to a $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, a group of Michigan State University researchers are working on ways robot-assisted learning can help patients improve common daily activities.
MSU scientists published a benchmark study describing the key role of one of the proteins in Kennedy’s disease: Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF)
The saying, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” doesn’t necessarily hold up when it comes to military mental health. Michigan State University is the first to examine veterans’ personalities before and after deployment to measure psychological changes resulting from combat.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded three Rapid Response Research, or RAPID, grants — grants given by the NSF for research focusing on urgent or immediate situations — to Michigan State University researchers for work regarding COVID-19.
A Michigan State University professor proposed a point-of-care diagnostic platform that uses either nanoparticles or magnetic levitation to diagnose infection and assess future risk.