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A tiny insect threatens more than 170 million trees in Michigan, and the cascading ecosystem effects could be catastrophic. MSU researchers are working to stop it.
Tiny but mighty pollinators are an essential contributor to many of Michigan’s high-value fruits and vegetables. In the past 10 winters, however, American beekeepers have lost a high proportion of their colonies.
Each year, Michigan State University honors 10 faculty members for their outstanding contributions to education and research with William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards.
Read about Ian Paulsen in our Featured Undergraduate Students section.
Read about Daniel Hulbert in our Featured Graduate Students section.
“Phytochemical variation as mosaics of defense” by Andrea Glassmire, MSU Department of Entomology
"Designing 'Smarter' Insecticides for Vector Control" by Cate Hill, Purdue University
Read about Jamie Blow in our Alumni Profiles section