New research from Michigan State University has shown for the first time that activated carbon can help eliminate the health risks associated with soils, sediments and surface water polluted by highly toxic dioxins.
Nancy D. Turner was named chair of the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, beginning January 2018.
Advisors from across campus gathered on September 21 at the Kellogg Center to honor four of their colleagues at the inaugural MSU Advising Excellence Awards recognition event.
Two projects sponsored by the Midland Research Institute for Value Chain Creation (MRIVCC) have been name finalists for the 2017 Manufacturing Leaders Awards.
Kendra Spence Cheruvelil completed the Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Institute at the University of Denver, including participation in the HERS Luce Program for Women in STEM Leadership.
Michigan State University scientists will explore new algae-based technologies to capture power plant emissions and sustainably turn them into valuable products.
R.S. Sodhi, managing director of Amul India, will posthumously honor Michigan State University alumnus Dr. Verghese Kurien with the Kurien Memorial Lecture.
Anthony Soster, an MSU horticulture student, is featured on the first airing of the Hort Report - a podcast produced by industry publications (Greenhouse Management, Garden Center, Nursery Management, and Produce Grower magazines).
The Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will take part in the Michigan State Fair from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4.
From Aug. 13-17, antibiotic resistance experts from around the globe gathered at Michigan State University for the fourth International Symposium on the Environmental Dimension of Antibiotic Resistance.
The Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab (LIL) Grain Legume Research Conference in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, runs from Aug. 13-16.
The National Charrette Institute at MSU is excited to announce the next NCI Charrette System certificate training in Vancouver, BC, this November!
Ming-Han Li was named director of the MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction.
The National Charrette Institute at MSU is a member of an American Planning Association-led team working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on planning and disaster preparedness.
A partnership between Michigan State University and the Borlaug Higher Education for Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) program is learning how pigeon pea could solve two major problems faced by smallholder farmers growing white yam in Ghana.
The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) is the world's leading professional association for this field of study. This year has been particularly outstanding for AFRE with several AAEA recognitions of our faculty achievements.
Are you interested in the NCI Charrette System certificate training, but don't have time in your busy schedule to attend an in-person event? Then, maybe the MSU National Charrette Institute's online course is a better fit for you.
The Great Lakes connect many blighted cities in a network that could supply recycled building materials.
Muskegon once was called the "Lumber Queen of the World." It has been called "the Port City" and the "Riviera of the Midwest." Now, city officials hope to add "Deconstruction Hub of the Great Lakes" to the city's titles.
You may recycle in your home, but did you know the building itself can be recycled?