MSU AgBioResearch’s annual report highlights a cross-section of AgBioResearch-funded projects across its five priority areas:
It also contains general AgBioResearch information (e.g., faculty and staff members, outlying research centers, publications and resources) and a financial report.
Futures, MSU AgBioResearch’s magazine, is written in non-scientific terms for the general public. Each issue profiles the work of several AgBioResearch scientists organized around a specific topic. Recent issues have focused on new research frontiers, economic development and food safety.
The MSU AgBioResearch-MSU Extension joint legislative report captures the latest developments from the two entities, detailing key research findings, programs and community outreach initiatives that positively impact Michigan residents.
In the current issue of the Journal of Ecology, researchers from Michigan State University, University of Kansas and University of Virginia show that farmers and scientists need to think about how best to protect native plants from diseases emanating from crops.
A six-year research effort by Michigan State University AgBioResearch scientists has found a big difference in the yields produced by alternative agricultural practices in commercial fields compared with the same practices in the small experimental plots ordinarily used to test them.
Low-flow building water systems designed to conserve water pose potential health hazards because they may cause an increase in disease-causing organisms and harmful chemicals.
A new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-funded project led by a Purdue University scientist, and joined by several Michigan State University researchers, strives to help solve the problem.
The Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture (M-AAA) has announced it will invest nearly $1.5 million in 2017, more than twice the amount of previous years, to support research and outreach to benefit the animal agriculture industry in Michigan.
Michigan State University has landed a highly competitive grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development to fight the Zika virus in Mexico.
A centuries-old herbal medicine, discovered by Chinese scientists and used to effectively treat malaria, has been found to potentially aid in the treatment of tuberculosis and may slow the evolution of drug resistance.
Funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the AAAS Community Engagement Fellows Program is in its pilot year.
Six Michigan State University faculty members have earned a spot on the Thomson Reuters highly cited researchers list for 2016.
New research led by plant scientists at Michigan State University has found that too much rain, coupled with prolonged high levels of humidity, can result in more plant disease.
Michigan State University AgBioResearch soil scientist Lisa Tiemann has been awarded $300,000 from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) to conduct research that advances FFAR’s mission of addressing world food and agriculture challenges in innovative ways.
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