An MSU researcher will use a National Science Foundation grant to decipher the secrets of electric organs in fish and apply the insights to human electrically excitable tissue.
Parents struggling to find and afford therapy for their child with autism may eventually be able to provide that therapy themselves with the help of telehealth training, finds a federally funded pilot study at MSU.
In addition to teaching and inspiring students, faculty members in the College of Music spend much of their time performing concerts and recitals, giving master classes and clinics, presenting lectures and sharing their musical expertise in a wide range of areas.
Five students were selected as the MSU delegation for the G200 Youth Forum - one of the largest international events organized for young leaders from all across the world.
An MSU diabetes expert and a local dentist have teamed up to create a screening tool that dental offices can offer patients to determine their risk for diabetes.
Durkin goes 3-4 with three RBIs; Seniors Nowak, Hovis and Simonton honored before their final home game.
Record-breaking season comes to a close for Spartan sophomore Sarah Burnham before the final round of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships.
Spartans have two selections for the first time since 2011.
The Spartans travel to Jacksonville, Florida looking for a top-12 finish.
Brandon Hughes goes 3-for-4 in the loss.
Sophomore qualified for nationals after winning in playoff at NCAA Stanford Regional.
Junior Sam Weatherhead closes out season with a 71.
MSU hosts Maryland in a three-game set.
The annual MSU College of Engineering Alumni Awards Banquet honored a third grade teacher from Midland, Michigan, and a group of eight distinguished alumni.
Give back. Save lives. Stand up for what's right. Engineer cleaner energy. Save the bees. Stop ignorance. Never give up. Fix climate change. Create musicals that inspire. Provide clean water to the world. Educate the leaders of tomorrow. Inspire the next generation.
Wow. Talk about lofty goals. Those were just a few of the hundreds of answers we got when we asked graduating Spartans what they will do to make a better tomorrow. Judging by the responses, I'm thinking we should feel pretty confident about our tomorrows when we're sending these young Spartans out into the world. For anyone worried about this generation, rest easy. Spartans have got you covered.
This year, thanks to the brilliant idea of my coworker, Ellen, we decided to find out just what kinds of things we can expect of our graduating seniors. We (well, mostly our student interns) spent a week or so before graduation hauling white boards around campus getting students to write down their plans for a better tomorrow. Like I said, wow.
I was lucky enough to have board duty outside of Breslin Center during commencement. Watching student after student come up and write his or her pledge on the board was incredibly inspirational.
My medical students ask lots of questions, but this was one I couldn't answer.
Tuberculosis currently infects about 2 billion individuals worldwide - a number that may surprise a lot of people.
The Michigan State baseball team dropped its final road game of the regular season, 12-1, to Central Michigan on Tuesday evening.
Fifteen high school students, all of whom are from either the state of Wyoming or the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, were each recently awarded a STARR Charitable Foundation Scholarship to attend MSU.
The "next generation" of wearable technology, known as "HeadScan," is being developed by a team of engineers at MSU. Unlike existing technology, this is radio-based, which means it's less intrusive, better able to protect one's privacy and more comfortable to wear.