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  • Montana State scientist receives grant to explore low-oxygen aquatic systems

    Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service|Jul 5, 2023

    BOZEMAN – A Montana State University researcher recently received funding that will expand and continue work that examines the effect of changing water temperatures on ocean ecosystems around the world. Frank Stewart, an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Cell Biology in MSU's College of Agriculture, was named one of the 2023 Simons Investigators in Aquatic Microbial Ecology. The award comes from the Simons Foundation, an organization that supports research in mathematics and physical and life sciences, among other d...

  • Montana State's new ranching system degree prepares students for post-graduation success

    Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service|May 3, 2023

    Growing up on a guest ranch near Emigrant meant that Cayden Rose had no doubts about his career aspirations when he arrived at Montana State University in 2019. Now a graduating senior from the College of Agriculture's Dan Scott Ranch Management Program, he's confident he made the right choice. "It was a perfect fit," said Rose of the new degree program, which was introduced during the 2019-20 academic year and graduated its first student in December 2021. "I was excited about it when it came...

  • As soil acidity threatens Montana fields, Montana State research explores remedies

    Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service|Mar 22, 2023

    BOZEMAN – As soil acidification becomes a more pressing issue for Montana farmers, researchers in the Montana State University College of Agriculture are conducting on-farm experiments around the state to help explore precision treatments that fit the conditions measured in individual fields. Assistant research professor Manbir Rakkar and professor Clain Jones of the Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences are taking a multifaceted approach to managing and preventing increases in... Full story

  • MSU team publishes coronavirus vaccine and antibody research

    Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service|Jul 14, 2021

    BOZEMAN - A team of scientists from Montana State University's Department of Microbiology and Cell Biology published research earlier this month evaluating the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines and seeking to learn more about how long the resulting antibody protection may last. The study, "Titers, Prevalence and Duration of SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies in a Local COVID-19 Outbreak and Following Vaccination" published in the journal Vaccines, was conducted using volunteer subjects and data collected...

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