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It’s important to imagine what science will be like in the future.
She was setting expectations in her mind that her body could never catch.
We kick things off with Michigan State University president Lou Anna K. Simon.
He has had help along the way
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A cancer drug that has saved countless lives is being called a miracle drug when treating testicular cancer.
An MSU professor’s smart laser will change the way doctors detect skin cancer.
A Spartan created a software program that’s helping law enforcement fight crime around the country.
Medical records are sometimes lost, sometimes destroyed, sometimes inaccurate in developing countries.
Among the nearly 600 Nobel Prize winners since 1901 only one received his degree from Michigan State.
We have that one person who grew up in our own backyard that changed the way offices across the country operated.
Whether investigators walk into a crime scene or determine a person has died due to natural cause there’s a protocol they follow.
In the 1990’s basilar skull fractures were a common cause of death among NASCAR drivers, but it was the death of legend Dale Earnhardt that …
MSU researchers will be some of the first people to know if and when Flint water is safe to use.
And an app created at MSU by a team of students could literally be a game changer for the visually impaired.
According to the Stuttering Foundation, roughly 5 percent of all children go through a period of stuttering.
Denzel Valentine picked up a basketball at the age of 3 and hasn’t put it down since. He and his older brother Drew, now an assistant coach …
Sydney gained 20-pounds in 9th grade, then more the next and the next.