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MSU archaeologist explains crisis to artifacts spurred by global warming in April 21 lecture
April 19, 2016
MSU archaeologist Craig Lee discusses the cultural and scientific importance of identifying sites and artifacts that are being revealed by melting mountain ice patches before the materials are scattered, looted or disappear. Read more...
Egan field.
MSU Montana Agricultural Experiment Station releases wheat variety resistant to major pest
January 19, 2016
The Montana State University Montana Agricultural Experiment Station has released a new spring wheat variety, Egan, that is resistant to the orange blossom wheat midge. It is the first-ever certified variety intended to be blended with other seed. Read more...
A farmer near Great Falls inspects a mid-summer wheat crop.
MSU-developed varieties are top planted wheat crops in Montana this year
December 3, 2015
Wheat varieties developed by the MSU Montana Agricultural Experiment Station were the most commonly planted wheat crops in the state in 2015. Read more...
MSU research satellite destroyed in rocket launch Tuesday
November 4, 2015
A small 4-inch cube satellite with 3-D printing technology assembled and tested at MSU was destroyed when the experimental U.S. military rocket that carried it failed shortly after launch from Hawaii Tuesday. Read more...
Pat Carr.
MSU hires nationally renowned cropping systems scientist
October 29, 2015
In February, Patrick Carr will join the faculty of MSU’s Central Agricultural Research Center at Moccasin as an associate professor of cropping systems. Read more...
Max and Kirsti Cederberg
MSU to honor outstanding agricultural leaders
October 2, 2015
Lola Raska, executive vice president of the Montana Grain Growers Association, and Max and Kirsti Cederberg, owners of the Hot Rod Ranch of Turner, have been named the 2015 Outstanding Agricultural Leaders. Read more...
MSU Extension to offer north-central Montana pest management tour Oct. 5-9
September 16, 2015
The MSU Extension pesticide education and integrated pest management programs are offering a pest management tour across north-central Montana Oct. 5-9 for private and commercial pesticide applicator certification credits. Read more...
Hilary Fabich
MSU research propels Livingston-area native to cutting-edge academic career
September 14, 2015
Hilary Fabich returned to Montana State University to talk about the Gate Cambridge Scholarship that has her researching magnetic resonance imaging while working on her doctorate in chemical engineering at the University of Cambridge in England. Read more...
Montana wheat
MSU durum wheat program to be carried forward by Montana company
August 14, 2015
Montana State University has completed an agreement to license more than 700 developmental lines of durum wheat to Montana-based Northern Seed, LLC. Read more...
Wheat fields.
MSU hires world leader in cereal genetics as first Montana Plant Sciences Chair
August 13, 2015
Hikmet Budak, the head of a plant genetics and genomics team at Sabanci University in Istanbul, Turkey, has been chosen as MSU’s first endowed Montana Plant Sciences Chair. He will begin at MSU in January. Read more...

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