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An MSU researcher has developed a faster way to detect the bacteria that causes patients to become sick, giving physicians a better chance at saving their life.
The Honors College will host its 24th installment of Sharper Focus/Wider Lens with, "A World on the Move: Refugees, Migrants and Immigrants" at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in the MSU Union Ballroom.
When preschoolers spend time around one another, they tend to take on each others' personalities, indicates a new study by MSU psychology researchers.
An MSU scholar who gained international acclaim for his work to expose the black market for human organs has been invited to present his groundbreaking research at the Vatican.
MSU head coach Mark Dantonio introduced the Spartans' 2017 recruiting class Wednesday afternoon at a press conference inside the Izzo Family Media Center at Spartan Stadium.
A collaborative class between MSU, the University of Michigan and Bard College recently explored how art and architecture produce and reveal race, gender and class.
"Jude Law...he looks just like Jude Law." That's the phrase I uttered at least seven times to an entire team of health care professionals years ago when coming out of surgery. Yes - seven times, while pointing at one of my nurses. At least that's what they tell me. Another time, I apparently came out of it filled with anger and proceeded to yell at everyone around me. So last Friday, waking up from anesthesia after knee surgery, the first thing I asked the nurse was if I had behaved myself. Being out of control is one of the scariest parts about surgery. It takes a huge amount of trust in doctors, nurses and modern medicine that you'll come out the other side fine - even if you're muttering about Jude Law.
Everything went fine and I'm well on my way to recovery. I've had a few medical things to deal with here and there and I'm always astounded at the skill and dedication of my providers. It truly takes a village just to get one patient through even the most minor of procedures. There are check-ins, lab tests, IVs, pre-op, post-op, anesthesia, pain management, medical equipment and, well, the list is exhausting. Staying well requires a huge team of players - and that's just the day of surgery. Imagine all the other people - engineers, scientists, chemists, teachers and more who all play some role in keeping people well.
As long as the Super Bowl will be broadcast on TV, it will be leveraged by companies in the form of traditional commercials and marketing tactics, at least by the companies with deep enough pockets to cover this relatively expensive (but often worthwhile) medium.
When I transferred to Michigan State University for my sophomore year, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to major in. My freshman year at Northwestern Michigan Community College in Traverse City found me majoring first in business, and then switching to engineering, but neither were areas of study I felt passionate about.
Ten MSU faculty members will be honored for their outstanding contributions to education and research with William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards at the annual MSU Awards Convocation Feb. 7.
Advertisers could pay as much as $5 million for a 30-second spot during this year's Super Bowl, said Robert Kolt, professor of practice in Michigan State University's Department of Advertising and Public Relations Department.
Trillions of neutrinos, or ghost particles, are passing through us every second. While scientists know this fact, they don't know what role neutrinos play in the universe because they are devilishly hard to measure.
Valarie Montgomery may have retired from overseeing MSU's financial operations every day, but through an estate plan with her spouse Mark Montgomery, her legacy will be felt forever.
Two MSU College of Human Medicine researchers, supported by grants from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, hope to train and increase the number of personal care aides in Michigan who provide in-home care to the elderly.
A group of scientists is recommending giving the world's nature reserves a makeover to defend not only flora and fauna, but people, too.
MSU had a trio of freshmen play like savvy and talented veterans in their first game against Michigan
Violence toward health care workers is an occupational hazard of epidemic proportion, but a new study by an MSU College of Human Medicine researcher found that it can be reduced with a structured program.
Children who believe intelligence can grow pay more attention to and bounce back from their mistakes more effectively than kids who think intelligence is fixed, indicates a new study led by MSU psychology researchers.
Four undergraduate researchers studying STEM-related fields have been nominated by MSU for the nationally competitive Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Helping to ensure the future success of MSU Athletics, alumna Mary Helen and Craig Crooks have made a $1 million gift to endow scholarships for student-athletes in men's basketball and football.