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Street Talk: A little bit of research

Web surfing.

July 17, 2015
Everybody is pretty excited about the end product, but the beginning has some pretty good numbers, too. Read More

Research center seen as catalyst

Economic impact will create ripple effect lasting for years.

June 26, 2015
As the second research center in the downtown Grand Rapids area, the impact of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s new facility could create a ripple effect of economic activity. Read More

MSU officials approve $85.1M research facility

Demolition of GR Press building will begin in March.

February 13, 2015
Michigan State University officials announced the approval of a biomedical research facility to be built in Grand Rapids with an overall budget of $88.1 million. Read More

Schools construct Health Careers Pipeline program

MSU med school and GVSU partner with Grand Rapids students.

February 13, 2015
Three area academic institutions are rolling out an innovative program designed to empower high school students to pursue careers in the health professions with the help of college and medical student mentors. Read More

New uses sought for outdated newspaper buildings

Former Grand Rapids Press building will be used by Michigan State University.

LANSING — As some Michigan newspapers downsize to smaller offices, they are leaving behind massive buildings that are outdated but still critical to the communities they cover. Read More

Bus shelter provides learning opportunity

GR architectural firm has hand in providing green roof system.

October 10, 2014
A Michigan State University bus shelter in East Lansing is about to become a classroom. Read More

New sports complex hosts MSU scrimmage

September 12, 2014
Michigan State University’s baseball team will make a visit to West Michigan on Saturday. Read More

Campaign hopes to bring more Michigan food to the table

West Michigan is poised to lead the state in local food purchasing.

May 2, 2014
A new campaign launched last month by the Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems and the Ecology Center hopes to bring more Michigan-grown food to the table. Read More

Expanding research hub will drive region’s economy

April 11, 2014
In 2010, Michigan State University, in a landmark decision, greatly raised the profile of the Medical Mile and Michigan’s Life Sciences Corridor with its opening of the College of Human Medicine’s Secchia Center across from Van Andel Institute. Read More

Universities benefit from intellectual property help

Inventors, innovators and businesses are the target market for free assistance.

February 7, 2014
Last year Michigan State University College of Law and the university’s Bioeconomy Institute launched a program to help entrepreneurs with intellectual property issues. Read More