Engineering News

Laurie and Manooch Koochesfahani and Katy Luchini Colbry (right) welcomed Thomas D. Jeitschko Thursday at the 2018 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium. Thomas offered remarks during the luncheon and told the engineering graduate students that their research efforts today will solve problems 20-25 years out. “I’m excited to see the work that you do.” Thomas is the associate provost for graduate education and dean of MSU’s Graduate School.
Almost 300 poster presentations highlight this year’s celebration of graduate student research.
Research by Assistant Professor Erin Purcell and PhD student Joseph Salatino was selected by Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal as a Top 10 highlight for addressing outstanding health challenges.
Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal highlights MSU research for addressing top health challenges.
Michigan State University scientists are engineering a virus-like particle, known as Qβ, that will generate anti-cancer immune responses in the body and potentially be used as a new vaccine for the treatment of cancer.
Biomedical engineering professor collaborating on virus-like anti-cancer particle.
Andrew Gerard and Mary Anne Walker are among the leaders of MSU's Academy for Global Engagement.
Twelve new Academy for Global Engagement fellows take on global challenges.
Happy holidays and best wishes for 2018 from the MSU College of Engineering.
Best wishes for 2018 from the MSU College of Engineering.
MSU’s Empower Extraordinary campaign hits $1.5 billion goal early, continues fundraising momentum.
MSU’s Empower Extraordinary campaign hits $1.5 billion goal early, continues fundraising momentum.
Meredith Detweiler, Emily Dettloff and Hunter Jones are the 2017-18 Von Ehr Scholars.
Meredith Detweiler, Emily Dettloff and Hunter Jones are the 2017-18 Von Ehr Scholars.
Engineering Dean Leo Kempel celebrates as the Michigan State University College of Engineering reaches its goal for the Empower Extraordinary capital campaign and continues to propel forward.
The college seeks more scholarships and endowed chairs as it hits a campaign milestone.
The research of more than 250 graduate students in the Michigan State University College of Engineering was featured March 30 at the Sixth Annual Engineering Graduate Research Symposium at the Breslin Center.
The innovative research of 250 engineering graduate students was featured at the 2017 symposium.
Lansing’s WLNS TV 6 is Celebrating Spartans in February by showcasing MSU’s new Bio Engineering Facility and its leader, Christopher Contag.
Lansing’s TV 6 is Celebrating Spartans by showcasing Christopher Contag of biomedical engineering.

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