Signpost at Fort Ellis Farm
MSU to host June 13 field day at Fort Ellis farm
May 26, 2017
The day-long public event will focus on principles of organic agriculture. Read more...
Melody Lindsay
MSU doctoral student wins scholarship for study of Utah’s Great Salt Lake
May 23, 2017
Melody Lindsay won the award for her work in how the lake’s changing salinity affects the microorganisms in the lake and the lifeforms that depend on them as food sources. This is the first time the scholarship has been awarded to someone outside of Utah. Read more...
MSU Montana Foundation Seed Program and Bulgarian company partner on winter wheat
May 16, 2017
The MSU Montana Foundation Seed Program has released two MSU-certified winter wheat varieties to Agrotime, a Bulgarian commercial agribusiness company, marking the first time MSU wheat varieties are being grown in Bulgarian soil. Read more...
Jayme Feyhl-Buska
MSU alumna wins fellowship to research how microbes survive deep inside Earth’s crust
May 10, 2017
Jayme Feyhl-Buska, who earned her degree in biology, will use the National Science Foundation award to support her doctoral studies at USC. Feyhl-Buska’s research of microbes in extreme environments has implications in future life-finding missions. Read more...
Honors College Scholars Reception
MSU students finish strong year of major scholarship wins
May 10, 2017
Nineteen MSU students and graduates were honored recently as winners and finalists of major national scholarships and fellowships. The honored students won Fulbright, Gates Cambridge, Goldwater, Rhodes, Schwarzman and Udall scholarships, among others. Read more...
MSU Researchers Receive Grant to Work on Food and Health Issues
MSU team receives $282,000 grant for new approach to tribal issues
May 10, 2017
The three-year grant will allow the team of MSU researchers to collaborate with eight tribal college students participating in a 14-month, paid internship program called PATHS. Read more...
Montana State University student Josh Carter holds a model of a protein structure in the Blake Wiedenheft laboratory.
MSU scientists publish papers in two scientific journals that advance understanding of how bacteria fight viruses
May 10, 2017
MSU senior Joshua Carter and research associate MaryClare Rollins were lead authors of the papers that further research into a biotechnology that can potentially cure genetic diseases. Read more...
Maureen Kessler Fulbright Scholar
MSU doctoral student receives Fulbright to study giant bats and their role in contagions
May 9, 2017
Doctoral student Maureen Kessler has received a Fulbright Fellowship to study flying fox bats and their role in the spread of a contagion that primarily affects horses in Australia, but could have wider applications. Read more...
Clain Jones
MSU Extension specialist explains nitrogen fertilizer management to minimize loss
May 5, 2017
A new online presentation explains the processes that lead to nitrogen fertilizer loss to the air and presents nitrogen fertilizer management practices to reduce this loss. Read more...
Fallow with tractor
MSU Extension specialist offers fertilizer management information
May 4, 2017
Clain Jones offers tools for small grain producers to help optimize nitrogen fertilizer management in times of low commodity prices. Read more...

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