Great Lakes Residents Support Protections for Streams, Wetlands
Results from the “Healthy People – Healthy Planet” Poll, conducted by Michigan State University researchers, found that 78% of residents living in the Great Lakes region “support” or “strongly support” protections for streams and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.Learn More
Welcome to the Office of Research and Innovation
The Office of Research and Innovation supports MSU’s research and creative activity by administering research funding, ensuring research integrity for both faculty and students, providing grant support services, fostering collaboration, licensing university inventions, and overseeing regulatory compliance.
The Research Continuity website curates important communications and resources specifically for teams conducting on-campus research or creative activity.
The Research Facilitation team has developed a checklist tool to help new researchers walk through the steps of setting up their first research project.
International faculty awards are an important component of institutional reputation, and are counted as AAU institutional indicators of excellence.
A Spartan-led team is developing an inexpensive biopolymer dressing to heal injuries like diabetic foot ulcers that affect millions of patients all over the world.
Spartan research reveals ‘sponge’ made by Geobacter can soak up uranium.
A DOE grant will create an Industrial Assessment Center at MSU to make Michigan manufacturing and commercial operations more sustainable.
Featured:Helping Women and Girls with Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis
Stacey Missmer is a professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive biology in the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Her current research study, Women’s Outcomes Research and Knowledge, or WORK, is focused on diagnosing and treating pelvic pain in women and girls.