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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.
Christopher Contag signed an agreement in Seoul on June 5 to exchange graduate students and research with Chung-Ang University.
New MSU agreement will exchange graduate students and research with Chung-Ang University in Seoul.
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.
Team of MSU scientists – including Spartan Engineers – tackling the PFAS crisis.
Team of MSU scientists – including Spartan Engineers – tackling the PFAS crisis.
Joan Rose is the Laboratory Director/Principal Investigator in Water Research at MSU.
U.S. drinking water is mostly safe - but that's not good enough.
Cory Rusinek (right) and his team at the Fraunhofer USA laboratory at MSU are researching ways that diamond technology may be a good way to destroy PFAS.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about MSU Engineering.
Photo of Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., as its next university president
MSU Board of Trustees selects new president.
Photo of Bob Sweeney
Bob Sweeney ’86 retires from Mackinac Bridge Authority.
Photo of Mehrnaz Ghamami named an Adams Academy Fellow at MSU for instructional excellence.
Mehrnaz Ghamami named an Adams Academy Fellow at MSU for instructional excellence.
Vincent Marinelli won best poster in the Environmental and Natural Resources category during the 2019 MSU Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF) on April 5.
Civil and environmental engineering students receive recognitions.
Photo of Elizabeth Munch
Elizabeth Munch among MSU faculty hires poised to make global impact.
Three Spartan Engineers selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Three Spartan Engineers selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
MSU’s VEX U Robotics Team brings home international recognition and a trophy from 2019 VEX World Games.
MSU’s VEX U Robotics Team brings home international trophy from 2019 VEX World Games.
For emerging wearable tech to advance, it needs improved power sources. Now researchers from Michigan State University have provided a potential solution via crumpled carbon nanotube forests, or CNT forests.
MSU scientist is collaborating on self-powered wearable tech.
Celebrating the relationship between Fraunhofer USA and MSU during Commencement on May 3, 2019, were (from left) Thomas Schuelke, Acting MSU President Satish Udpa, Reimund Neugebauer, president of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, and John Albrecht, Dean Leo Kempel and John Papapolymerou.
MSU celebrates 15 years of collaboration, research, and innovation with Fraunhofer USA.