A new “geography of lake water quality,” known as LAGOS, allows scientists to understand entire populations of lakes to better inform water policy and management.
The Midwest Mechanical Weed Control Field Day had over 100 attendees last month.
With help from a grant, Michigan State University researchers will work to improve the flavor of the low-calorie sweetener stevia.
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.
A new research project led by Michigan State University scientists will explore the diversity, evolution and ecological functions of a fungi lineage critical to the success of terrestrial plant life worldwide, including agricultural crops.
Michigan State University scientists will explore new algae-based technologies to capture power plant emissions and sustainably turn them into valuable products.
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.
Linda Mansfield and Jack Harkema have been named the inaugural Albert C. and Lois E. Dehn chairs for the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.