Jianguo "Jack" Liu is receiving the first major international prize for outstanding scientific work that promotes sustainable development globally.
Felicia Wu has been named a member of a selective cohort of food safety and public health researchers.
The Challenge is an opportunity for innovators at Michigan’s public universities, non-profit research institutes and public hospital systems to identify AgBio applications for early-stage technologies under development in their laboratories or institutions.
The QS World University Rankings portfolio released its second annual list of America's Top Universities, which ranks U.S. universities on metrics including research, employability, the learning experience, diversity and internationalization.
From growing diamonds to reducing the side effects caused by a drug that treats Parkinson’s disease, the 2021 award recipients represent diverse areas of study: engineering, packaging, neuroscience and sales.
Richard Leach, a national expert on in vitro fertilization and an academic researcher in the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, has been appointed chair of the Henry Ford Medical Group’s Department of Women’s Health Services.
In a move that reflects both a national trend and a campus commitment to partnership, Michigan State University Press has merged with Michigan State University Libraries.
Deliyski, a pioneer and international leader in voice and speech disorders, is chair of the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at ComArtSci.
Nominations are now being accepted for the awards listed below. Awards will be presented in a variety of fields including infectious diseases, mathematics, neurosciences, astronomy, and more.
Two MSU students and one staff member have won awards from the National Science Foundation-funded Center for Advancing Research Impact in Society. Their work is being recognized for advancing the translation of research for the public good and creating societal impacts either by engaging the public in the research process itself or by complementary activities such as science communication and educational outreach.