help feed the future
MSU AgBioResearch scientist looks to expand upon the benefits she has unearthed in one of the most rural areas of the world.
dean reflects on
MSU mentor as
continued source of
AgBioResearch entomologist encouraged her to catch teaching bug.
Looking at ways to improve fish health
MSU researcher focuses on efforts that will help in restoration of the Great Lakes.
AgBioResearch scientist Frances Trail works to protect wheat and apple crops
Profiling plants to identify
AgBioResearch scientist is looking at ways to cultivate the chemical products of plants.
AgBioResearch scientist brings her passion
to the classroom
For the past 16 years, she’s been providing knowledge and expertise to MSU colleagues, growers from around the state and students.
Mentoring Michigan's future scientists
VP of operations credits MSU and Crop, Soil and Microbial Sciences professor for helping him to excel.
takes aim at
An MSU entomologist has found a bacterium that prevents viruses from replicating in mosquitoes.
Get up close and personal with MSU researcher Bridget Behe.
Research yields answers for organic bean growers
MSU scientists improve production systems, boost nutrients and increase variety selection.
Bee-ing the best: Passion for bees leads to practical research, help for beekeepers
For everything related to bees, turn to Michigan State University (MSU) AgBioResearch
entomologist Zachary Huang.
Patent-pending bacterial strain shows impressive results on veggies
AgBioResearch scientist has identified a bacterial strain that holds great promise for agricultural growers...
MSU mastitis expert follows her passion far from home
Get up close and personal with endowed vet medicine chair Lorraine Sordillo.
From Africa to America: Childhood dream of being an agronomist becomes a reality
Meet Mathieu Ngouajio, associate professor in the MSU Department of Horticulture.
on display at
Hundreds of national conifer enthusiasts admire beauty and rarity of trees in Tipton.
Michigan selected to host wine symposium and conference
Wine and grape experts to converge on 45th parallel in Traverse City.
Meet assistant director of microbiology and molecular genetics Shannon Manning
AgBioResearch scientist focuses on fight against E. coli and Streptococus.
Rackham Research Endowment celebrates 75 years
Learn about the Detroit philanthropist who started the fund and the many advancements in agriculture that have followed.
Get up close and personal with MSU potato disease expert
Scottish-born plant pathologist Willie Kirk talks about his affinity for tubers and much, much more!
Attacking allergic airway disease in
MSU researcher focuses on a lesser known form of vitamin E and its potential to alleviate asthma.
Get up close and personal with April Zeoli, assistant professor in the MSU School of Criminal Justice.
MSU professor talks about the value of extending Michigan's growing season.
Childhood passion becomes a career for AgBioResearch scientist
Get up close and personal with fisheries and wildlife associate professor Brian Roth in our new "Researcher Profile" series.
Son of AgBioResearch
finalist in prestigious
Cody He goes to D.C. and brings home $7,500 for his plant immunology research project conducted in MSU laboratory.
Fellowship reenvisions future of Michigan's
environment, natural resources
State leaders discuss ways to help guide governmental policy pertaining to natural resources,
environment throughout the state.
A pivotal moment in
occurred 125 years
ago this week that
paved the way for
Michigan as the No. 1 producer of tart cherries in the U.S., but that status could be in jeopardy according to research findings.
Expanding markets for a holiday favorite
Since its introduction in 1944, "Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire" has been a classic Christmas song. 60-plus years later, researchers are working to make chestnuts a classic Michigan crop.
Michigan Christmas trees ring up substantial sales
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and that's good for Michigan, one of the nation's top 3 Christmas tree producers.
Tart cherries far from the pits: Study aims to sustain marketability of industry
These dark red delectables are evolving into a "super fruit," and MSU scientists are exploring ways to reduce the impact of extreme harvest shortfalls on future supplies.
"Less is more" approach to water use may be key to nursery efficiency
If growers can group plants by similar water needs, they can be more efficient in their water application and save energy and money.
"Mighty" mites threaten to bring honey bees to their knees
Two AgBioResearch entomologists are studying how varroa mites, which deform or kill young honey bees, develop resistance to a class of pesticides commonly used to control them.
Inhibiting slimy substance may be link to unraveling devastating apple tree disease
Fire blight, a highly destructive plant disease, can kill an apple orchard in one season. AgBioResearch scientists believe biofilms may be the key to halting the disease.
AgBioResearch: Leading innovation in food, natural resources and energy
In a Greening of the Great Lakes interview, AgBioResearch director Steve Pueppke talks about the organization's efforts to help boost Michigan's economy.
One potato genome unravelled, three to go
AgBioResearch scientist Robin Buell is part of a four-continent collaboration to sequence the genetic jungle that is the potato genome.
Interactive maps show availability of fresh produce
AgBioResearch scientist Phil Howard and his team are using interactive maps to show ? rather than simply tell ? how urban residents are losing access to fresh produce and balanced nutrition.
Tackling Disease from the Inside Out
Diarrheal illness is a serious health problem. A team of researchers, including an AgBioResearch scientist, is working to improve food safety by preventing and controlling enteric (intestinal) diseases in food animals.
Going Green from Top to Bottom
Green has always been one of MSU's colors. Now thanks to 10 years of research by an MSU AgBioResearch scientist, the campus is becoming even greener.
Mapping the Cause of Tropical Disease Improves Lives
An MSU AgBioResearch geographer reaches around the world to help eradicate a disease and bring measurable improvements to the lives of the poorest people of Africa.
Common plant holds key to healthier oil, greener fuel
AgBioResearch scientist leads effort to find new sources of plant oils that produce higher value food crops and bioproducts.
Answering tough animal welfare questions
Wireless technology is helping to monitor the welfare of egg-laying chickens in non-cage housing systems to provide a scientific basis for designing better housing.
Making food safer
Using the only pilot plant-scale processing line for leafy greens in the country, an MSU AgBioResearch scientist is helping companies control transmission of E. coli O157:H7 in lettuce.