Lipfert finds the world is wired during Fulbright to Mauritius
Montana State University film professor Theo Lipfert is teaching and
conducting research on the other side of the world, yet he is able to respond
nearly instantaneously to emails as if he was in his office at the MSU VCB
Building rather than a tropical island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Read more...
New study reveals North America's biggest dinosaur
New research from Montana State University's Museum of the Rockies and the
State Museum of Pennsylvania has unveiled enormous bones from North America's
biggest dinosaur. Read more...
MSU lab manager shares microscopic images of dinosaur bones with growing
The thin slices of dinosaur bone that Ellen-Thérèse Lamm produces and the
colorful photographs taken of these fossils under a Montana State University
microscope continue to gain new audiences. Read more...
Vogel receives Excellence in Extension Award
Michael P. Vogel, professor and Extension Housing and Environmental Health Specialist at Montana State University, is the
2011 western region recipient of the Award for Excellence in Extension for
exceptional commitment to educational programming, constituent services and
visionary leadership. Read more...
WTI lands grant to study hazard perception
Montana State University's Western Transportation Institute is in the process of
outfitting a new vehicle with eye-tracking sensors for research into the
effectiveness of virtual reality training to increase driver's ability to
perceive road hazards. Read more...