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Montana State research expenditures top $200 million for first time

“The vast majority of these dollars come from the federal government and are won through  incredibly competitive granting processes,” said Alison Harmon, MSU’s vice president for research and economic development. “This record is a credit to the work ethic, competitiveness and high caliber of our faculty.”

The 20th Anniversary University District Ice Cream Social! Beginning Saturday, September 17, 2022 at 12:30 pm in Bonner Park, Missoula

Ice cream building connections between the University of Montana and its neighbors!

Shovels hit the dirt for 87,000-square-foot office building on Montana State University’s Innovation Campus

“The Industry building is the second building on the site,” says City of Bozeman, Economic Development Director, Brit Fontenot.

Blocky – Startup with Montana State University ties wins $1 million to commercialize software

Following up on a first round of SBIR funding the company received in 2018, the new grant will allow Blocky to refine its software and expand the range of its applications and services, which focus on increasing throughput and decreasing costs of blockchain transactions, according to Heinecke, Blocky’s CEO.

University of Montana vaccine research expands, The UM Center for Translational Medicinesoon to conduct clinical trials

“Finding the right students and staff who are interested in working on vaccines has been great,” Evans said. “UM provides us with great students and a great environment.”

Montana State University again designated R1 – among top U.S. research universities in Carnegie classification

Only 146 institutions in the nation received R1 classifications, and among them, MSU and Utah State University are the only two that also have an enrollment profile of “very high undergraduate.”

UM Earns Top-Tier ‘R1’ Research Status

“UM reaching R1 status is a great testament to the quality of our faculty, staff and students,” said Scott Whittenburg, UM vice president for research and creative scholarship. “Being one of the top research universities in the country also will help us recruit new students and faculty to campus.”

Montana State University receives millions to study algae biomaterials production

The research could improve the efficiency of growing and collecting algae’s natural oils, which can be used to create bioplastics, vehicle fuels and pharmaceuticals, said Robin Gerlach professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.

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MSU spinout Resilient Computing wins $90,000 NASA entrepreneurship prize

“This is the culmination of a lot of effort to move this technology out of the lab and into the private sector,” said LaMeres, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in MSU’s Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering. “A lot of people, especially at MSU, have helped us get here.”