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  • MSU graduate student Eric Owusu Danquah using PhotosynQ technology in an MSU greenhouse.

    The Year of Global Africa: Building on a Legacy of Partnership

    Published on January 11, 2018

    Michigan State University's work in Africa extends back to the 1960s, formalized when then-MSU president John Hannah made it a priority to expand the university's global reach. This year, MSU celebrates the evolution of this storied partnership.

  • PSM welcomes new potato and sugarbeet pathologist.

    Published on January 4, 2018

    Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences is excited to welcome a new faculty member for this upcoming spring! Jaime Willbur will be joining us on March 1, 2018 as a new extension and faculty member, studying specifically potato and sugarbeet pathology.

  • How plants 'muscle up' as they prep for the cold

    Published on December 7, 2017

    Plants, like humans, do not like very hot or cold weather. Temperature extremes are a major factor that determines where plants grow and that can limit agricultural production.

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