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University of Montana receives $12.3M National Institutes of Health contract for work on TB vaccine

Last month, the Missoula flagship announced UM and its research partners were awarded a five-year contract to develop a new “adjuvant” to be used with the TB vaccine.

Fitbits for cows: Precision agriculture in crops, livestock systems big topic at MSU conference

Montana State University professors highlighted upcoming technology for agricultural crops and livestock at the annual Agricultural Economics conference in Bozeman last Friday.

Missoula, Bozeman to spearhead new Montana ‘Tech Hub’

Montana Senator Jon Tester led a panel discussion in Missoula earlier this year where participants began planning their approach to compete for one of the 30 new Tech Hubs. The effort panned out and Montana was selected from a field of 200 applicants.

Montana State selects Alison Harmon as new vice president for research and economic development

“Under Dr. Harmon’s leadership, I know research will continue to grow at Montana State University, bringing forth new knowledge to solve the world’s problems, expand opportunities for students and help the economies of our state and nation flourish.” President Waded Cruzado.

Montana receives federal tech hub designation, money to advance photonics industry

Designation of the Montana Headwaters Regional Technology and Innovation Hub will focus on supporting workforce development and jobs in the photonics, optics and autonomous systems industries. The technologies are important for natural resource management, agriculture, disaster prevention applications and defense.

Evolution of a vision From classified research to driverless cars, the Montana State University Innovation Campus is poised to strengthen the Montana economy and student and faculty experiences

Located just off West Garfield Street, the MSU Innovation Campus is a 42-acre space where commercial firms will be able to focus on technology, biotechnology and health care. Here, businesses will work directly with MSU faculty and students to apply university research to real-world applications by developing technology and other products.

Becoming a world leader – Efforts MSU began decades ago have helped transform Bozeman into a thriving center of the photonics industry

The Montana Photonics Industry Alliance serves as a hub for Montana’s optics, photonics, and quantum companies, entrepreneurs, laboratories, and universities to commercialize, grow and sustain globally leading organizations that create high quality jobs and economic opportunity in Montana.

Led by sciences and engineering, Montana State research spending hits record $230 million

MSU is the largest research enterprise in the state, and its total expenditures exceed the research expenditures of all other institutions in the state combined.

UM Receives $8M grant to benefit the L.S. Skaggs Institute for Health Innovation

Only three years after its creation, the University of Montana and University of Montana Foundation today announced a significant investment to benefit the L.S. Skaggs Institute for Health Innovation.

The Montana Biotechnology Center (BIOTECH) at the University of Montana

The mission of BIOTECH is to enable local and regional biotechnology-focused workforce development through educational activities and research targeting the development of biomedical products, specifically therapeutics and medical devices, intended primarily for resource-limited settings such as the military in combat areas and/or rural settings.