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MSU Research 2010

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by Monica Fineis on 2 June 2010

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...to
world-grant A Tradition of Research Excellence Making Research Relevant From land-grant... Doubling research
funding in just 8 years prosperity, security, health, environment and our our our our National
Academy of Sciences

April 27, 2009 Blending the profound







with the practical Drink it in.






The taste of historic MSU
discoveries Homogenized Milk Hybrid corn ALTERNATIVE ENERGY Research Today: Creating a Prosperous and Sustainable Future Revolutionary materials for solid-state energy conversion









THE ENERGY FRONTIER RESEARCH CENTER
Increased Efficiency, reduced Fuel. Revolutionizing energy storage technology Batteries
made
better.






High energy density — longer use
Low internal resistance — longer shelf life
Low mass density — lighter COMPLEX MATERIALS COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES CENTER New materials for better products, greater efficiency INDUSTRY LICENSED.

MSU breakthroughs in:

nanomaterials
biomaterials
composite materials
thermoelectric materials
ceramics NSF STEM program at
KELLOGG BIOLOGICAL STATION Value chains for food and agricultural exports


Small matter answers
questions



BIG NUCLEAR SCIENCE &
ASTRONOMY Coming 2017 No. 1 in the the U.S. for NUCLEAR PHYSICS graduate studies U.S. News & World Report It all starts
with a
seed PLANT
SCIENCE Fostering cooperative research with
long-term, multi-disciplinary approaches Supported by the Dept. of Energy
for more than 50 years Growing technology to convert cellulosic
biomass to ethanol and advanced biofuels
faculty recently inducted into the
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
10 HEALTH & BEHAVIOR Only U.S. University with on-campus medical colleges 3 Largest research project ever studying causes of autism, cerebral palsy and asthma THE SECCHIA CENTER A $90 million,

180,000 square foot,

7 story

commitment to the

Grand Rapids Medical Mile Tackling human health problems malaria enteritis diabetes INTERNATIONAL
1,400 faculty involved with international
research, teaching and service projects
Ranked top for international students
study abroad participation
10 and MSU TECHNOLOGIES brings intellectual property to the marketplace

MSU Business-CONNECT: Rapid, high-quality customer connections Social networking for better societies and systems + 4,985 faculty 33,813 undergrads 7,219 grad students HARDWORKING EXCELLENCE. Cisplatin and Carboplatin Treating cancer. Saving lives. Leading global agrifood
systems development Leading nuclear physics
research for 50+ years Leading the State's effort in the
NATIONAL CHILDREN'S STUDY BEYOND OUR FARM:
Helping ensure world food supply FOOD SAFETY & SECURITY Unlocking secrets of the universe quality of life health, than it has ever been." "Science is prosperity, more essential for our environment security,
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