During the 2017-18 academic year, Michigan State University is celebrating a decades-long partnership with Africa.
Food is the centerpiece of a new Michigan State University public awareness campaign led by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Read more in Futures magazine.
Learn about MSU leading the charge in developing a robust chestnut industry in Michigan, as well as other research stories from AgBioResearch.
2016 is the International Year of Pulses. This edition of Futures delves into MSU's commitment to legume and pulse research around the world.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists are changing the way science is perceived and finding solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists are on the cutting edge of soil science research.
The work of MSU AgBioResearch scientists touches every aspect of agriculture and natural resources in Michigan.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the most critical issues facing the modern world, and MSU AgBioResearch's experts are on its front lines.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists operate on every level and scale, from examining minute issues to tackling globe-spanning problems.
Plant science lies at the heart of of much of the work of MSU AgBioResearch scientists, and that continues into the present with new efforts and discoveries.
By providing cutting-edge training and support, MSU AgBioResearch scientists are equipping the next generation of scientists to continue solving global problems.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists contribute to the MSU Global Water Initiative, confronting the most critical water issues around the world.
MSU AgBioResearch's scientists work side-by-side with Michigan's agricultural industries to ensure the state remains an agricultural powerhouse.
MSU AgBioResearch's scientists partner with the best and brightest researchers from around the state, nation and world to achieve research breakthroughs that would be impossible alone.
Keeping food safe is a priority at every stage of the process, from farm to fork, and MSU AgBioResearch scientists are there every step of the way.
By supporting the state's food, agricultural and natural resources industries, MSU AgBioResearch is supporting Michigan's economy today and for the future.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists are making breaking discoveries today so they can be applied to the world's problems tomorrow.
The research conducted at MSU AgBioResearch's outlying research centers is as crucial as anything happening on MSU's main campus.
MSU AgBioResearch stands at the forefront of Michigan's emerging bioeconomy.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists tackle the problems invasive species pose for the Great Lakes State.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists are helping ensure animal agriculture remains strong while limiting impacts on the environment.
MSU AgBioResearch conducts research around the world that benefits other countries and our local communities.
MSU AgBioResearch prides itself on flexibility and being able to tackle the most relevant and timely challenges facing the agriculture industry.
Since its inception, MSU has been focused on protecting our state's valuable natural resources.
MSU AgBioResearch includes scientists from several colleges across campus performing much-needed research in the areas of food, energy and the environment.
MSU is working to enhance Michigan's economy and environment by creating products from plants and other renewable sources.
MSU scientists from various departments are focused on one goal: giving all growers the opportunity to produce healthy and nutritious food in cost-effective ways.
MSU AgBioResearch is committed to research in the areas of land use, air quality, water quality, waste management, landscape ecology and much more.
From residential lawns to athletic fields such as the World Cup, MSU researchers are leading the way in turf management.
MSU AgBioResearch scientists conduct leading-edge research that helps people and animals live healthier lives.
Michigan State University is home to some of the most renowned plant scientists in the world.
MSU scientists work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams to create spatial decision support systems and models that help agencies make informed and cost-effective decisions on environmental issues.
MSU researchers across many colleges help to ensure that Michigan's important agriculture industry is thriving long into the future.
A lot goes into leading a healthy lifestyle, from food to exercise. MSU researchers are helping people live healthier lives.