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Representatives from the Government of India and research institutions visit College of Engineering
Evangelyn Alocilja, MSU AgBioResearch scientist, is chief scientific officer of new company
photo of grad research symposium sign
Faculty, students, alumni, industry professionals explore connections between research and practice
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Cloud delivers lecture during annual meeting of Society for Experimental Mechanics
Founder and Former CEO of Apple Dies at 56
Microwave technology developed by MIT researcher Greg Charvat allows humans to see through concrete
Ribbon cutting marks opening of new Transportation Commons in Wilson Hall
MSU solar car team members designed, built, and raced a solar car at the Formula Sun Grand Prix
Gene-Z capable of detecting cancer and instantly identifying diseases that attack crops and plants
CEE assoc. prof. wins Busch award from Water Environmental Research Foundation
CEE professor accepts award from MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon during awards convocation
Evangelyn Alocilja, MSU AgBioResearch scientist, is chief scientific officer of new company - nanoRE
NSF grant supports ME assistant professor's work in cardiovascular mechanics and biomaterials
Student team displays design-build-race projects
$1.92 million Department of Defense grant funds Wei Liao's solar-bio-nano project
CHEMS professor nominated by peers for pioneering work in bioinformatics and systems biology
Senior capstone and freshman engineering projects on display Dec. 9 at the MSU Union
Civil engineering prof speaks at International Conference on Road and Airfield Pavement Technology
Manager of advanced technology infrastructure at General Motors featured in Spartan Saga
Internationally recognized CEE professor honored for contributions to structural fire engineering
ME associate prof recognized with Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
CSE University Distinguished Professor Anil Jain develops a technique to detect altered fingerprints
Stabenow makes announcement during a press conference at MSU's Energy and Automotive Research
Professor Fang Peng and his graduate students will benefit from $100,000 gift for 2nd year in a row

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