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CMSE - first-of-its-kind research

July 24, 2019

Using BIG DATA to solve the world’s biggest challenges

About 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day around the world. Now a first-of-its-kind research group at Michigan State University is on a mission to extract meaningful information from immense data sets to create solutions for some of society's biggest challenges.

National Academy of Medicine appointment

July 17, 2019 

Michele Grimm joins international commission aimed at improving the lives of an aging population 

There are now 617 million people (8.5 percent of worldwide population) aged 65 years and over. By 2050,
that percentage could double and reach 1.6 billion older adults. The global population of the “oldest old”—people aged 80 and older—is expected to more than triple by 2050, growing from 126 million to 447 million.

Daniel R. Woldring

We develop high performance therapeutics and diagnostics using novel protein engineering methods. Our lab combines directed evolution and high-throughput experiments with structural biology and bioinformatics to elucidate biological processes and their clinical relevance.

Congratulations Professors Chan, Pennock and Udpa

July 10, 2019

MSU faculty recognized with University Distinguished Professor title

Three professors in the College of Engineering are among the 10 newest University Distinguished Professors at Michigan State University. The recognition – which honors achievements in the classroom, laboratory, and community -- is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a faculty member at MSU.


June 14, 2019

MSU researchers introduce custom, compact, low-cost fingerprint reader to help reduce infant mortality

A team of researchers from Michigan State University will showcase a low-cost, high-resolution and portable solution called Infant-Prints to accurately identify infants in an effort to help reduce infant mortality around the world.

Exchanging talent with Korea

June 14, 2019

New MSU agreement will exchange graduate students and research in Seoul

There was “exciting science” between Michigan State University and Chung-Ang University at the 20th anniversary of the Korea Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine Conference in Seoul, Korea, in early June.

Making academic history

May 2, 2019

Joseph Salatino to receive MSU’s first PhD in biomedical engineering 

Joseph Salatino will make Michigan State University history when he graduates as MSU’s first PhD in biomedical engineering during advanced degree ceremonies at 3:30 p.m., Friday, May 3, in the Breslin Center. 

Salatino has been working with Erin Purcell, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, since joining MSU’s fast-track BS/PhD program. He received a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience in 2016 at MSU, where he was also a member of the Honors College.