As families and communities celebrated Thanksgiving last week, some Residential College in the Arts and Humanities students held a celebration of their own to address a global food shortage with their first event in the “Hunger Dialogues” series.
By using common materials found pretty much anywhere there is dirt, a team of Michigan State University researchers have developed a new thermoelectric material.
MSU is launching a new website to better showcase its world-class research, professors and students via a bold multimedia platform. The site, MSUToday (msutoday.msu.edu), will go live and replace the current news.msu.edu site on Nov. 28.
Publish Date: Nov. 26, 2012
Where there’s water there’s life – even in brine beneath 60 feet of Antarctic ice, in permanent darkness and subzero temperatures.
A Michigan State University professor said this year’s holiday shopping outlook is “positive,” especially when it comes to online sales, which are expected to increase by about 12 percent compared to last year.
Hundreds of mid-Michigan tenants facing eviction could keep their homes throughout the next year, thanks to the pro bono work of Michigan State University College of Law students.
Teachers aiming to meet new federal standards for science education have a new resource at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center.
Publish Date: Nov. 20, 2012
Health professionals may soon have a new method of diagnosing Parkinson’s disease, one that is noninvasive and inexpensive, and, in early testing, has proved to be effective more than 90 percent of the time.
Michigan State University scientists and their colleagues at the University of Michigan have awarded six grants to help communities in the Great Lakes basin adapt to climate change.
Support for gay marriage is growing in Michigan, mirroring changing attitudes in many parts of the United States, according to MSU’s State of the State Survey.
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