March 6, 2014 -- MSU News Service
Michelle Larson, an MSU alumnus who is president and CEO of the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, will give an Astronomy Day lecture on April 5 at MSU.
March 6, 2014 -- MSU News Service
A Stanford University chemist will give a free public lecture about medical advances that are inspired by nature.
March 4, 2014 -- MSU News Service
Award-winning historian Louis S. Warren will speak on "God's Red Son: The Survival of the Ghost Dance" when he delivers MSU's Wallace Stegner Lecture on March 28.
March 4, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
World War I began 100 years ago this summer. When the United States joined the war three years later, many Montanans turned to food to support the war effort.
March 3, 2014 -- MSU News Service/UCSC
A former MSU graduate student has just published a paper on changing diets over the past century for black bears in Yosemite National Park.
March 3, 2014 -- MSU News Service
Norm Asbjornson, a Montana State University alumnus (B.S. ME 1960, Hon. Doc. Engineering 2004) and Montana native from the small town of Winifred, has pledged $50 million to the university for its College of Engineering. His commitment represents the largest private gift in the history of the state.
February 25, 2014 -- MSU News Service
An MSU article on Yellowstone National Park microorganisms was one of the 10 most popular last year in the journal, Frontiers in Microbiology.
February 18, 2014 -- Sepp Jannotta, MSU News Service
A first-of-its-kind study of Banff National Park bears by scientists with the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University has shown that a system of wildlife crossing structures there is working to maintain genetically healthy populations in bears living along the Trans-Canada Highway.
February 18, 2014 -- MSU News Service
Montana State University's Center for Biofilm Engineering, along with the federal Food and Drug Administration, will be co-sponsoring a public workshop on Thursday, Feb. 20, at the FDA campus in Silver Spring, Md. The one-day conference, "Biofilms, Medical Devices and Anti-Biofilm Technology - Challenges and Opportunities," will bring together the research community, government scientists, and industry representatives.
February 17, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
Joan Broderick won MSU's first Woman in Science Distinguished Professor Award.
February 12, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
An MSU instructor who is an enrolled member of the Crow tribe served as liaison between Montana tribes and international researchers who reported the complete genome of a prehistoric boy.
February 10, 2014 -- MSU News Service
"Unknown Yellowstone: Microbial Discoveries and Biotech Applications" will be the focus of the Cafe Scientifique to be held Feb. 20, in the Baxter Ballroom in downtown Bozeman.
January 28, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
MSU will play a major role in a new international program to better understand solar activity and its effect on the Earth.
January 24, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
Montanans who worry about spiders living in their basement or other insects in their homes and gardens can once again consult with an urban insect diagnostician at MSU.
January 22, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
An MSU graduate who received a national award last year has now won the highest honor the United States government gives to science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers.
January 14, 2014 -- By Sepp Jannotta, MSU News Service
Researchers at Montana State University have developed several new technologies in the areas of biotech and agriculture that are available for licensing.
Bragging rights: MSU study shows that interventions help women's reluctance to discuss accomplishments
January 10, 2014 -- By Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
Research published in the new issue of "Psychology of Women Quarterly" by MSU psychology professor Jessi L. Smith and Meghan Huntoon, an MSU student at the time of the research, found that while women dislike promoting their own accomplishments, it is possible for negative effects to be offset and to improve self-promotion.
January 8, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
A new grant will help make it easier and more affordable for Montana gardeners to buy disease-free potatoes that got their start in Montana. It could also lead to more Montanans trying purple mashed potatoes and red potato chips.
January 3, 2014 -- By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service
A new study shows that red and green traps attract more sweetpotato weevils than any other color. An MSU researcher wants to know if Montana insects react the same way.
December 30, 2013 -- By Sepp Jannotta, MSU News Service
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.