MSU's David Rothstein and a team of researchers from Michigan Technological University and Wayne State University are working to ensure the sustainability of the Kirtland’s warbler population.
Margaret Petroff believes that decoding additional secrets to immune tolerance could lead to treatment breakthroughs for a variety of conditions.
A three-year project led by MSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife associate professor Cheryl Murphy is exploring ways to protect fish populations and the bodies of water they live in.
Conventional plastic can take over 1,000 years to degrade. Rafael Auras believes this can be solved through biodegradable and compostable materials.
Barrens are an important aspect of the environment, and MSU's Jessica Miesel is helping improve methods to restore them through burning.
MSU researcher Eric Hanson believes high-tunnel agriculture is the answer to combating climate issues for Michigan raspberries.
Researchers from MSU are utilizing their expertise in deer behavior and population dynamics to identify where new cases of chronic wasting disease are most likely to appear.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists continue to break new ground, developing and implementing new tools and methods to help better understand and combat insects.