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Fruit flies may be small, but the genetic secrets they can unlock for humans are mighty.
In response to the growing need to develop the next generation of leaders in the nonprofit community, MSU's Broad College of Business Executive MBA, with the support of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, created a scholarship for nonprofit professionals dedicated to honing their business acumen.
John Mohyi, an MSU law student and CEO of Mohyi Labs, was selected as a 2016 Collegiate Inventors Competition Graduate Finalist for his invention of the bladeless drone.
When MSU professor Laura Bix thinks about a disease outbreak, she thinks about minimizing mistakes, what a hazmat suit feels like, and how a healthcare professional might administer medication and medical devices in such a suit.
Starting this fall, MSU is helping young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities prepare for the workplace through a new on-campus internship program.
MSU will launch Water Moves MSU, a university-wide initiative fostering scientific innovation and cultural and artistic expression inspired by water, at 6 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.
A team of Michigan State University researchers has found that consuming an omega-3 fatty acid called DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, can stop a known trigger of lupus and potentially other autoimmune disorders.
A first-of-its-kind annual report from MSU details the number of relationship violence and sexual misconduct complaints the university received during the 2015-2016 academic year and highlights efforts to increase staffing, resources and awareness around prevention and response.
A $4.8 million grant awarded to MSU from the National Institutes of Health will help Michigan's top three research universities, a leading health care system and a state health agency investigate how exposure to a range of environmental factors in early development influences the health of children and adolescents.
So what did you do last Thursday? I got to sit in a room and have someone control my heartbeat from a computer without even touching me. I'm not exaggerating. Tap, tap, tap - my heart was racing out of my chest. Tap, tap, tap - my heartbeat plummeted making me feel like it was being sucked out of my body. It's a disconcerting and uncomfortable feeling, to say the least.
It's not the greatest way to spend a morning, but it's all just part of the process to make sure the crazy little piece of technology inside my chest is working properly and keeping me going. Since it literally saved my life, I'm a little partial to it even when it does make me feel weird. I'm also partial to the nurses and doctors who care for me. And I'm really grateful for the scientists who came up with the technology in the first place.
How did they come up with it? What made them want to in the first place? Where did they learn to be curious, smart, determined and creative? My guess would be it started long ago. Long before they were saving lives, those scientists were first- graders learning to read. That caring nurse was once just a kid learning biology. That doctor was a middle-schooler studying algebra. They all were students, learning from teachers.
Allan Kozlowski, an expert in rehabilitation medicine, will join the MSU College of Human Medicine as an assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and lead outcomes research in the John F. Butzer Center for Research & Innovation at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.
At first, Nizar Lajnef said standing about 200 feet above the Straits of Mackinac was an "unnerving" experience. But as he adjusted and got to the business at hand, he said it was "fun." Last week Lajnef and his team climbed onto the Mackinac Bridge to place a series of sensors on the iconic structure.
MSU alumna Jordyn Castor has never let anything stop her from living life to the fullest. Armed with an MSU computer engineering degree, Jordyn is driving the creation of accessibility tools and advances for adults and children at Apple, Inc.'s headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Claire Morrison is an Honors College senior majoring in physical science and secondary education. Her professorial assistantship as a first-year student led to her to working as a research intern for the CREATE for STEM Institute on K-12 science education.
Spectacular clouds roll over Beaumont Tower on Sept. 21, 2016. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
In an important discovery in the battle against the United States' growing drug epidemic, a Michigan State University economist has found the Carolinas could be a hotspot for the trafficking and production of the drug Ecstasy.
Christopher H. Contag will join MSU as the inaugural director of the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering and the chairperson of the new Department of Biomedical Engineering.
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera will visit MSU's Residential College in Arts and Humanities and RCAH Center for Poetry at MSU at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Two MSU professors have partnered with former Lansing mayor David Hollister to pen a book centering around the 1996 campaign that persuaded General Motors Co. to stay in Lansing.
Meditation can help tame your emotions even if you're not a mindful person, suggests a new study from MSU.