Recent News

Members of industry and the academic community will share ideas on the latest research involving treatment of chronic infections related to biofilms, as well as advances in industrial biofilm technology, during the Montana State University's Center for Biofilm Engineering meeting Tuesday through Thursday.

An effort to study how to safely store carbon dioxide deep underground took a major step forward in late May when Montana State University researchers successfully drilled a pair of wells in northern Montana.

Montana State University research into the production of algae high in oil content is a cornerstone of a larger feasibility study of how the organisms first discovered in Yellowstone might anchor a sustainable biofuels industry.

Researchers at Montana State University-Northern have developed a process to convert camelina oil to jet fuel and other high-value chemicals. MSU has applied for a U.S. patent and research is ongoing.

Montana State University finalized negotiations with the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy - National Energy Technology Laboratory on Tuesday to begin work on a $67 million, eight-year carbon storage project in northern Montana.