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Gut-brain link? MSU scientists seek life-saving clues with $2.9 million grant

“It’s really cool because it turns out your brain is really influenced by your gut,” Lefcort said Thursday in Cooley Lab. “This is cutting edge right now.”

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Montana State University team to turn space radiation into useful cybersecurity tool

“Truly random numbers are hard to get in outer space,”

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MSU researchers awarded $2.9 million for interdisciplinary study of neurodegenerative disease

The work could further the understanding of what causes more common neurodegenerative diseases and eventually pave the way for therapeutics to treat them.

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A Montana scientific breakthrough pays off for cattle industry

To understand the significance of Gary Strobel’s scientific breakthrough, look no further than calf 166, an animal that was on death’s door before the researcher intervened.

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Boost Your New Venture By Teaming With An Incubator

Growing up and surviving in the entrepreneur world requires a fine balance between an independent determination to be self-sufficient, and a humble willingness and ability to listen to and learn from the best and the brightest startup mother-hens out there. Are you and your startup ready to make the cut?

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Scientists Use Stem Cells to Grow Functioning 3D Brain Tissue

Researchers have developed functional human neural networks in 3D from stem cells that could be used to evaluate drug targets for certain neurodegenerative diseases.

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These are the most successful companies to emerge from Y Combinator

Y Combinator is responsible for many successes in the startup world, certainly more than its fellow accelerators, which are all known to provide early-stage companies with a seed investment — in YC’s case, $150,000 — mentorship and educational resources through a short-term program that culminates in a demo day.

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MSU researchers win $1.5 million for developing carbon dioxide-converting membrane

A special ceramic slurry and a conveyor belt whose surface is minus 30 degrees are some of the things a Montana State University researcher will use to help turn carbon dioxide into useful products.

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Target’s newest incubator is looking for ‘save the world’ kind of stuff

The new program is aimed at Gen Z entrepreneurs and its only real require is that the businesses involved are doing some sort of good.

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New Research Might Mean the End of Flu Shots

A novel flu vaccine built from DNA holds a promise for a new way to protect against the seasonal disease.

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