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Recently awarded a fellowship by NSERC, Danve muses on the value of relationships to personal and scientific endeavors.By By Christian Danve Castroverde
Brandon Rohnke, a graduate student in the Montgomery lab, reflects on his recent trip to the U.S. Capitol to meet with the staff of seven legislators.By By Brandon Rohnke
Our students were part of a MSU team that met with staff at the offices of Senator Peters, Senator Stabenow, Representative Slotkin and four other representatives to advocate for science funding.By By David Arnosti, Val Osowski, Igor Houwat
The recent PRL alumnus from the Howe lab will train students, maintain facilities, and teach classes on analytical chemistry and lab equipment usage.By By Igor Houwat
The freshly minted PRL alumnus, a former member of the Hu and He labs, will explore how pathogenic microbes manipulate plant communication systems to their advantage.By By Joe Aung, Igor Houwat
The award will provide up to $300,000 over three years to support the post-doc's research on marine cyanobacterial photoprotection.By By Igor Houwat, Maria Agustina Dominguez-Martin
How plants harvest their own chloroplasts - photosynthesis machines that make their food - to help defend against outside threats.By By Igor Houwat, Kun Wang
Yang Yang, a former post-doc in the lab of Christoph Benning, has started a science editor position at the Wiley Beijing office. Wiley is a global company that specializes in academic publishing.By Igor Houwat
Nick Fekaris and Tomomi Takeuchi, from the Benning lab, have won for presenting their research at the 2018 Annual Meeting - Midwestern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists.By By Igor Houwat; Banner image by Susanne Hoffmann-Benning
Hurlock, formerly in the lab of Christoph Benning, joins the Utah-based biotech company as a Clinical Affairs Scientist.By By Igor Houwat
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By explaining a photosynthetic peculiarity in switchgrass, MSU researchers from the Walker lab may have unlocked even more of the plant’s potential.
Researchers from the Vermaas lab created a more efficient tool to solve the problem of ring piercings in molecular simulations. This work is published in Biomolecules.
Complicated sets of biological data can be challenging to extrapolate meaningful information from. Wanting to find a better way to look at this data led Berkley Walker, assistant professor at the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory, to team up with statistician and Assistant Professor Chih-Li Sung from the Department of Statistics and Probability.