A group of MSU engineering students is among 17 teams taking part in a national drone competition June 15-19 in Maryland.
Ask any athletic coach from MSU and they will tell you that building an exceptional team isn't just about recruiting and training strong individual players. That's just the beginning. Building a winning team takes strategy, trust, continual collaboration and feedback, and development and execution of smart decisions. It starts at the top, but involves an "all in" approach to chasing the same goals, supporting one another, and communicating constantly about progress. The same goes for building winning business teams in business.
This year will mark the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics and with it comes several public health concerns for athletes and spectators alike.
For the first time ever, astronomers are watching a black hole, located in the center of a galaxy cluster 1 billion light years from Earth, feast on billowy clouds of cold, clumpy gas.
How can scientists better understand summer monarch butterfly populations in the Midwest? Check spring weather in Texas.
Last week my husband invited me to lunch at the Peanut Barrel in downtown East Lansing. If you've ever sat outside at the PB on a lovely summer day, you know you don't turn that down. (Fun fact: I had a creative writing final there when I was a student. We acted out plays we had written.) Little did I know just how fantastic lunch would be.
While we were perusing the menu, all of a sudden, my brilliant daughter appeared. What the what? She was supposed to be on set in New York City. Yet there she was, hugging me and wishing me a happy birthday. It's tough to get a surprise over on me, but they pulled it off so I could celebrate with my proudest and most precious accomplishment. It was an incredible surprise.
Surprises. They come in all forms. Sometimes they're really special - like my daughter appearing. Sometimes they're not great - like the wind out of nowhere that threatened the wrap dress I was wearing yesterday. Sometimes they're just plain strange - like the appearance of a semi-truck in my backyard when I got home. (My neighbor is building a basketball court.) Sometimes surprises turn into major discoveries - like penicillin, x-rays, pacemakers and chocolate chip cookies.
A while back, my colleague, Doug Landis, was searching the web for pictures of flowers for a project about native plants, and noticed that some pictures of flowers he looked at frequently captured insect visits. He got to wondering- do the bees we occasionally observe in this sort of photo have...meaning?
MSU teamed up with Mid-Michigan Honor Flight to house 63 veterans visiting Washington D.C. to see the national war memorials dedicated to their service.
MSU's Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research, or iCER, is set to introduce its newest supercomputing resource for campus use at a Cluster Ceremony at 3:30 p.m. June 10. At the event, iCER will celebrate the launch of three new hybrid clusters in the High Performance Computing Center's supercomputing system.
A well-insulated home with a high-efficiency air conditioner and programmable thermostat are only as effective as the person using it.
Florida headlines 2015 NCAA Tournament teams on MSU schedule.
Valentine is just one of five players among the 25 participants to have played college basketball last year.
Coming to MSU, Ryan Duda didn't know what to expect. After auditioning for the Theatre program and finding his passion there, he knew he came to the right place. Now a sophomore theatre major with arts and cultural management and musical theatre minors, he is not only making strides in his classes but delving into extracurriculars that make positive impacts on the community.
A new facility in Detroit will become Michigan State University's first center for studying and developing urban food systems.
The brains of healthy relatives of people with schizophrenia may hold a clue to better understand - and ultimately treat - the devastating illness, finds new research led by an MSU scientist.
Five MSU student-athletes have been recognized for excellence both on the playing field and in the classroom, earning the school's highest athletic awards for 2015-16.
The game will take place at 7 p.m.
The 9,370-square-foot facility is the new home for the Department of Theatre's scene shop (or formally named the Performing Arts Teaching Laboratory) where all the sets for the department's theater productions and the College of Music Opera program performances are built.
According to a new study from the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center and Michigan State University, the use of nitrogen fertilizer on switchgrass crops can produce a sharp increase in emissions of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas up to 300 times more harmful than carbon dioxide and a significant driver of global climate change.
School districts in Michigan get into financial trouble almost entirely based on factors outside their control, finds a study led by an MSU education scholar.