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Too much sun is not a good thing, for people or for plants
Too much sun is not a good thing, for people or for plants

Rob Last, MSU Barnett Rosenberg Professor, and postdoctoral researcher Jun Liu, are working to better understand the regulation of photosynthesis when plants experience rapid and extreme changes in sunlight. The results of their research were recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

 

MSU undergrad Keelyn O'Brien receives American Society for Microbiology fellowship
MSU undergrad Keelyn O'Brien receives American Society for Microbiology fellowship

Keelyn O’Brien, an MSU microbiology student and Alumni Distinguished Scholar, is one of 19 students selected nationwide for a 2017 American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

Solving the puzzle of the extraordinary cofactor: It's now crystal clear
Solving the puzzle of the extraordinary cofactor: It's now crystal clear

MSU's Robert Hausinger and Jian Hu’s labs combined structural biology and enzymatic approaches to clarify the catalytic mechanism of an unusual enzyme that could ultimately have applications in human health and medicine.

Five NatSci students receive full-ride scholarships to MSU
Five NatSci students receive full-ride scholarships to MSU

Five incoming College of Natural Science (NatSci) students are among 20 graduating high school seniors who received full-ride scholarships to MSU this fall.

Catherine Lindell selected as American Ornithological Society Fellow
Catherine Lindell selected as American Ornithological Society Fellow

Catherine Lindell, associate professor of integrative biology in the MSU College of Natural Science, was selected as a 2017 American Ornithological Society Fellow.

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