Rhodes Scholarship Finalist Josh Carter
MSU’s Josh Carter wins Rhodes Scholarship
November 21, 2016
Josh Carter, a senior who will receive twin degrees in both mechanical engineering and microbiology and hails from Watertown, South Dakota, has won a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University. Read more...
Barry Jacobsen.
Breakthrough ag technology from MSU registered for commercial use
November 17, 2016
A naturally occurring bacterium MSU discovered has been registered for commercial use and sale by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its impressive plant-disease fighting capabilities. Read more...
“The Clarinet in Rare Contexts,” MSU School of Music faculty recital.
MSU faculty clarinet recital set for Nov. 9
November 3, 2016
Gregory Young will perform his recital, “The Clarinet in Rare Contexts,” with guest artists on several musical collaborations. Read more...
Architecture Students Win Design Communication Association Awards
MSU architecture students and faculty win Design Communication Association award
November 3, 2016
Students in the MSU School of Architecture had their designs selected for the 2016 Design Communication Association juried exhibition. Read more...
Hikmet Budak
MSU scientist to serve on editorial board of leading scientific journal
September 13, 2016
MSU geneticist Hikmet Budak has been invited to join the editorial board of Scientific Reports. Budak is the inaugural Montana Plant Sciences Endowed Chair. Read more...
Honey bee
MSU graduate students present research on viruses and pathogens affecting bees at pollinator conference
September 7, 2016
Three Montana State University graduate students recently presented their research about viruses and pathogens affecting bees at one of the premier gatherings concerning the health of honey bees and other pollinators. Read more...
Pilar Manrique
MSU researchers noted for approach to studying bacteria and viruses that live in human gut
September 2, 2016
MSU scientists who study bacterial communities and viruses associated with health published their findings in the Aug. 29 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research was also featured recently on NPR. Read more...
Michelle Flenniken studies honey bee pathogens under a microscope in her lab in the department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology. MSU photo by Kelly Gorham
MSU researchers spread the buzz about bee viruses
August 24, 2016
MSU Assistant Professor Michelle Flenniken and graduate students publish an article about honey bee viruses in the scholarly journal, PLoS Pathogens. Flenniken's lab is at the forefront of research into honey bee viruses. Read more...
Cripps collecting mycorrhizal fungi in Waterton
MSU professor publishes popular book on mushrooms of the Rocky Mountains
July 28, 2016
The book is geared toward the public, land managers, naturalists and mushroom enthusiasts, not specifically researchers or scientists. Read more...
A farmer near Great Falls inspects a mid-summer wheat crop.
New MSU spring wheat variety licensed to Montana company
July 11, 2016
Spring wheat producers should be able to access certified seed from their local Northern Seed, LLC-approved dealers on a limited basis in the spring of 2018 and fully in the spring of 2019. Read more...

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