Improving crops, discovering genes, exploring gene function, studying crop evolution.
The Center for Advanced Microscopy, a Michigan State University Core Facility, is the central microscopy laboratory for the Michigan State University Campus.
These glass greenhouses are used primarily for teaching horticulture production classes.
Located near the corner of Farm Ln and Wilson Rd, the Plant Science Greenhouses are utilized by Horticulture faculty, as well as other departments for plant science research.
The Research Technology Support Facility at Michigan State University is a collection of five analytical facilities which provide the fundamental tools for modern life science research.
The PBROC is dedicated to the safe deployment of plant biotechnological advancements to Michigan and the world.
Our students find internship and career opportunities in:
See our Internships and Jobs page for more details on who hires our graduates.
Most faculty offer undergraduate research experience opportunities. Information about ongoing projects can be found on individual faculty web pages above. The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) also provides funding opportunities for undergraduate research.