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  • MSU agricultural scientist earns international leadership award in India

    Michigan State University agricultural scientist Karim Maredia is the recipient of the International Leadership Award from the Indian Council of Food and Agriculture for his pioneering contributions in food and agriculture, particularly in Africa-India partnerships.

  • ‘Dialing in the lipidome’ for human health, environmental sustainability

    Decades of cutting-edge research at Michigan State University on lipids – small, naturally occurring molecules that make up oils, fats and waxes – has scientists excited about recent advancements and the untapped potential of these microscopic workhorses.

  • Pandas aren’t out of the woods yet - In fact, forest wisdom is even more critical

    A research associate at Michigan State University’s Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability spent two years working in the relatively uncharted waters of tracking wild pandas fitted with GPS collars to fill in the gaps of understanding how pandas spend their days.

  • $5.3M NSF grant will help discover new plant chemicals, find genes

    A team of Michigan State University researchers has been awarded a $5.3 million National Science Foundation grant to explore new approaches to discovering plant chemicals, and find the genes that plants use to make valuable molecules.

  • MSU to use $4.4M NSF grant to explore the corn genome

    The National Science Foundation has awarded $4.4 million to a Michigan State university research team to identify genes in the corn genome, work that could help breed new, more nutritious corn varieties in the future.

  • Harnessing big data to see the big picture in ecology

    MSU will use a $4.2 million National Science Foundation grant to help shape the future of the changing field of ecology.

  • MSU’s David Kramer wins international innovation prize

    MSU AgBioResearch scientist David Kramer won his second major award of 2016, taking home the International Society of Photosynthesis Research Innovation Award.

  • For ABC News’ Food Forecast, Ginger Zee visited Traverse City to talk cherries and hops with growers and MSU researchers.

  • Cattle production and grazing management focus of 2016 Lake City Research Center Field Day

    Research updates on beef cattle production will be the focus of this year’s field day at the Michigan State University Lake City Research Center August 13.

  • Patented bioelectrodes have electrifying taste for waste

    New research at Michigan State University and published in the current issue of Nature Communications shows how Geobacter bacteria grow as films on electrodes and generate electricity – a process that’s ready to be scaled up to industrial levels.

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