Three more MSU student-built CubeSat satellites have been selected for possible flight on NASA missions between 2014 and 2016. Read more
Biochemistry graduate Kevin Murray won a $20,000 Seydel Fellowship to a research institution in Switzerland where he will work in the Laboratory for Computational and Molecular Design. Read more
MSU's College of Letters & Science has a legacy of success in students who receive Goldwater Scholarships, a prestigious award for students studying mathematics, natural science or engineering. Read more
MSU’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry recently learned that it is ranked 28th in the nation, surpassing other top U.S. schools in terms of federal support for chemical research and development. Read more
Honors student and Presidential Scholar Emma Murter was one of two students selected to spend 10 weeks helping research microorganisms that live in the largest hot spring complex in China—Tengchong Volcanic Geological Park. Read more
David Halat, a junior in chemistry and mathematics, is the 54th MSU student to win the nation's premier scholarship for undergraduates studying math, natural sciences and engineering since the Goldwater Foundation was established in 1986. Read more
Many of the fossils discovered by MSU scientists are displayed at the Museum of the Rockies, one of the largest and most famous collections of dinosaur fossils in the world.