Primarily through MSU AgBioResearch, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources conducts innovative research in the areas of food, energy and the environment.

About AgBioResearch Research Centers

Aquaculture: A local, sustainable protein source

Michigan is surrounded by the Great Lakes, and yet it still imports 90 percent of its seafood. MSU researchers and Extension educators are looking at responsible ways of expanding the aquaculture industry.

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A new frontier: MSU researchers examining technology through the lens of food safety

As technology in the food industry expands rapidly, MSU researchers want to ensure its safety.

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Working to preserve healthy water ecosystems

Through the Institute of Water Research, MSU works to keep preserve water resources.

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs: Stemming the tide of an invasive pest

The brown marmorated stink bug – an invasive pest native to China, Japan, Taiwan and the Korean peninsula – poses major threats to crops and infests homes.

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About AgBioResearch

The mission of MSU AgBioResearch is to engage in innovative, leading-edge research that combines scientific expertise with practical experience to generate economic prosperity, sustain natural resources and enhance the quality of life in Michigan, the nation and the world.

MSU AgBioResearch encompasses the work of more than 300 scientists in seven colleges at MSU: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Letters, Communication Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Natural Science, Social Science and Veterinary Medicine.

Food @ MSU

Spring/Summer 2017

July 31, 2017

Food is the centerpiece of a new Michigan State University public awareness campaign led by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

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