Science Valentines--Thermus
MSU science valentines feature microbes of Yellowstone National Park
February 8, 2016
Montana State University created a series of free downloadable science valentines featuring microorganisms found in Yellowstone National Park. Read more...
 
Free public lecture about modeling water at the molecular level scheduled for Feb. 19 at Montana State University
February 5, 2016
James Skinner, the Joseph O. and Elizabeth S. Hirschfelder Professor of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will present a free lecture on modeling water at the molecular level at 4:10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19, at Montana State University. Read more...
 
Free public lecture about personalized medicine through the science of genomics scheduled for Feb. 25 at Museum of the Rockies
February 5, 2016
Free public lecture about personalized medicine through the science of genomics will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 25, in the Hager Auditorium at the Museum of the Rockies. Reception to follow. Read more...
Nico Harrison
MSU Hall of Famer Nico Harrison rises to the top at Nike
February 5, 2016
Nico Harrison, an academic and athletic star for Bobcat Basketball from 1993-96, recently was named the vice president of North America basketball operations for Nike. Harrison was recently inducted into the Bobcat Athletic Hall of Fame. Read more...
Bobcat Ice cream
MSU, Wilcoxson’s partner to create new ‘Bobcat Batter’ ice cream
February 5, 2016
Bobcat Batter features a cake batter ice cream with a blue frosting wave. It is now available at grocery stores across Montana. Read more...
 
Co-founder of Center for Scientific Integrity speaks Feb. 19 about issues in scholarly publishing
February 5, 2016
Adam Marcus, the cofounder of Retraction Watch and the Center for Scientific Integrity, will give a free lecture, "Retractions, Reproducibility and Other Crises in Scholarly Publishing." Read more...
MSU professor Ron June working with a student
MSU engineering professor earns prestigious NSF CAREER Award
February 4, 2016
Ron June has received a $500,000 CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation, which is the NSF’s most prestigious award to support early career development of teacher-researchers. Read more...
School of Music choir singing.
MSU and Livingston High School choirs to perform together Feb. 21 in Bozeman
February 4, 2016
The choirs will each perform separately in a concert at Hope Lutheran Church before joining together to perform a larger work by Benjamin Britten. Read more...
Wetlands in Bozeman, Mont.
Montana Water Center awards grants to Montana faculty and graduate students
February 4, 2016
The eight grantees, from MSU, Montana Tech and UM, will study issues such as natural water storage and nitrogen cycling. Read more...
Tim and Mary Barnard
Bozeman’s Tim and Mary Barnard pledge $6 million to MSU
February 3, 2016
Of the gift, $5 million will help fund the university’s planned South Campus development, and $1 million will be earmarked for the College of Engineering. Read more...

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