MSU AgBioResearch scientist Hui Li has been awarded a $475,000 grant from USDA to study the mechanisms by which fresh vegetables absorb pharmaceuticals and personal care products from soil and water.
A marriage between datasets in the remote forests of China promises to unite two important forces to better inform the health and future of biodiversity.
MSU AgBioResearch backs 13 outlying research centers and several on-campus research facilities that provide growers, natural resource managers and commodity groups with critical information they need to remain viable and competitive in the global economy. The map below shows the location of each center.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists are changing the way science is perceived and finding solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges.
- A social network for plant science
- At the core of the modern-day apple orchard
- Changing the face of science: A Q&A with Meredith Gore
- CHIA: At the intersection of farming and human health
- Debunking stereotypes
- Empowering through the generations
- Heading off the next epidemic
- MSU launches Global Impact Initiative to recruit 100 new researchers in STEM
- MSU Science Festival: Unleash your inner scientist
- Mystery solved, thanks to insects
- Spider Women: Young ladies pursuing careers in entomology
- Technology Driven
- Veteran Instincts: Teaching the next generation of scientists
- Wired For Science
The 2014-15 MSU AgBioResearch-MSU Extension Legislative report contains 56 stories on the latest developments in MSU AgBioResearch and MSU Extension. It also describes how the organizations leveraged state funding, fueled the economy and connected with Michigan residents over the past year.