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Through the CANR, some of the best minds on the planet tackle real world problems, crafting sensible solutions that have impact in the neighborhoods and around the world. Strategic initiatives focus on compelling issues such as food safety and security, water quality, biofuels and improved health and nutrition – finding ways to use the world’s resources to the best and most sustainable benefit of the Earth and its people.
And just like the pioneers whose discoveries are so woven into our lives that we take them for granted, we know that discoveries made by our students and faculty members will affect your life – and your neighbor’s life.
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Posted on October 24, 2016 9:03am2016-10-24T09:03:48 Gianiodis, Eileen C. Michigan State University | College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Thanks to all of you who have welcomed me back to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources – it has been a whirlwind since July 1, but one filled with connections and reconnections to friends, faculty and fellow alumni.
Our college is a big place with a lot of supporters and stakeholders. And while getting to know stakeholders will take a while, thanking you should not.
Posted on October 18, 2016 1:41pm2016-10-18T13:41:26 Gianiodis, Eileen C. Michigan State University | College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
The Lansing Area Agriculture and Natural Resources Club, formerly known as the Lansing Farmers’ Club, celebrated its 75th anniversary during the Oct. 3meeting at the Okemos Masonic Center.
Posted on October 18, 2016 1:15pm2016-10-18T13:15:23 Gianiodis, Eileen C. Michigan State University | College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
We all have an emotional connection to MSU trees … whether it’s tailgating under their shade or strolling to class beneath a breathtaking autumn canopy. Our memories of MSU are forever linked to the verdant landscape.
Through the MSU Shadows Collection, you can take these cherished memories of campus home with you. The MSU Shadows Collection partners with Michigan artisans to repurpose campus trees into handmade, heirloom-quality works of art. Find live-edge furniture, diploma frames, engravings, executive pens and more products at their website.
Posted on October 6, 2016 9:16am2016-10-06T09:16:19 Meyer, Mark Michigan State University | College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
A team of Michigan State University researchers has found that consuming an omega-3 fatty acid called DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, can stop a known trigger of lupus and potentially other autoimmune disorders.
Posted on September 27, 2016 2:53pm2016-09-27T14:53:55 Gianiodis, Eileen C. Michigan State University | College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
When Michigan State University (MSU) Professor Laura Bix thinks about a disease outbreak, she thinks about minimizing mistakes, what a Hazmat suit feels like, and how a healthcare professional might administer medication and medical devices in such a suit.
That’s what she and a team of MSU professionals will bring to the fourth Healthcare Packaging Immersion Event (HcPIE). The HcPIE is a joint venture of MSU’s state-of-the-art Healthcare Simulation Facility, the Learning and Assessment Center and the School of Packaging. Geared to health care and packaging professionals, the event is slated for Oct. 12-13 on MSU’s campus.