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'Dialing in the lipidome' for human health, environmental sustainability
'Dialing in the lipidome' for human health, environmental sustainability

In a special issue of Science Magazine, MSU Foundation Professor Christoph Benning and MSU biochemist Patrick Horn highlight recent advancements in lipid research at MSU and beyond – work that could have wide-ranging applications in both human well-being and environmental sustainability.

Three MSU scientists land NSF collaborative research grants
Three MSU scientists land NSF collaborative research grants

Three Michigan State University assistant professors in the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering each recently received a collaborative research grant from the National Science Foundation.

STEM Educational Alliance fall meeting marks four years of improving STEM education at MSU
STEM Educational Alliance fall meeting marks four years of improving STEM education at MSU

The MSU STEM Educational Alliance recently held its fall meeting and reception earlier this month, an occasion which marks the beginning of the fourth year of this organization devoted to improving STEM education at MSU.

MSU mathematics educator invited to White House "Math Matters" meeting
MSU mathematics educator invited to White House

Tsveta Sendova, MSU mathematics educator and co-director of the Center for Instructional Mentoring at MSU, is one of several mathematics educators nationally to be invited to the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy "Math Matters" meeting on Sept. 8.

A new key in fighting Kennedy's disease
A new key in fighting Kennedy's disease

In new research led by MSU scientists have found a new target, which could lead to future treatments for Kennedy’s disease, a motoneuron disease that affects only men later in life and robs them of the capacity to walk, run, chew and swallow.

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