Research & Tech
This subset of projects has major funding from the US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences. These areas aim to study photosynthetic organisms in dynamic environments, to improve yields; holistically understand and devise models of photosynthesis, over a range of temporal and spatial scales; and explore cyanobacterial photosynthesis and apply that knowledge for renewable energy, medical, and industrial applications.
We gather scientists with varied areas of expertise to tackle key problems too large to study in single, isolated labs. Our projects address some of today's most challenging scientific questions, with implications for renewables, food sustainability, and medical and industrial technologies.
A list of world-leading research centers and facilities on the Michigan State University campus.