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MSU's Formula Racing Team engineers a 30-year legacy of excellence.
MSU's Formula Racing Team engineers a 30-year legacy of excellence.
​​​​​​​Amesite and MSU partner to provide online courses in autonomous vehicles and smart cities.
​​​​​​​Amesite and MSU partner to provide online courses in autonomous vehicles and smart cities.
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Geeta Kumari is a dual PhD student at MSU and IIT-Madras, India.
Geeta Kumari, a dual PhD student at MSU and IIT-Madras, India, offers a Student View on "Running Out of Water."
MSU researchers create new way to synthesis gold nanoparticles that are solvent-free.
MSU researchers create new way to synthesis gold nanoparticles that are solvent-free.
MSU researchers introduce custom, compact, low-cost fingerprint reader to help reduce infant mortality worldwide.
MSU researchers introduce custom, compact, low-cost fingerprint reader to help reduce infant mortality worldwide.
Mary Wroten ('96) is the associate director for global sustainability at Ford Motor Company.
Mary Wroten ('96) is the associate director for global sustainability at Ford Motor Company.
Roozbeh Dargazany, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Michigan State University, will use $1.5 million to help in the lightweighting effort by building a one-of-a-kind database to better understand one of the challenges -- the corrosion of polymeric adhesives.
MSU receives $1.5 million to predict damage accumulation in polymeric adhesives.
Michigan State University will highlight how it is transforming its 5,200-acre campus into a connected ecosystem for new mobility solutions during AutoMobili-D at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at Detroit’s Cobo Center, Jan. 14-17.
MSU will highlight its 5,200-acre connected ecosystem at NAIAS in Detroit, Jan. 14-17.
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Nanzer to receive the 2019 Outstanding Young Engineer Award from the IEEE Microwave Society.
MSU is transforming its 5,200-acre campus into a live, connected ecosystem to drive mobility research and advance smart-vehicle technology.
MSU's 5,200-acre campus is transforming into an advanced mobility ecosystem.
MSU researchers are perfecting the sensing and perception algorithms that will tell an MSU-created autonomous car where to go, no matter the weather or traffic conditions.
MSU is perfecting sensing and perception algorithms to guide autonomous cars in weather and traffic.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
American Center for Mobility partners with MSU, Texas A&M Transportation Institute on workforce study.
American Center for Mobility partners with MSU, Texas A&M Transport Institute on workforce study.
Self-driving vehicles are the future. Spartan researchers are working to secure the road ahead.
Self-driving vehicles are the future. Spartan researchers are working to secure the road ahead.