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University of Montana researchers working toward COVID-19 vaccine

The University of Montana has become a leader in vaccine development, ever since a team led by Jay Evans joined UM in 2016, after pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline downsized its operations in Hamilton, and the research team moved to Missoula.

Montana State University Professor Eric Boyd awarded $1M Keck Foundation grant to link seismic activity with microbial activity in Yellowstone

“I would be wholly surprised if there wasn’t life down there.”

Military funding bills have big bucks for Montana State University

Like a Christmas fruitcake, the $1.4 trillion federal spending package just passed by Congress is chock-full of rich goodies for Montana State University and other Montana campuses.

Montana State’s new research VP looks to build on campus success

“There’s a lot of great things happening at Montana State.”

Montana State University Office of Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education awards funding for MSU inventions

Five MSU inventions from the College of Agriculture, Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering and College of Letters and Science were funded.

MSU-Industry partnership awarded $10.5 million by Air Force for advanced optics research

The 20,000-square-foot ARL building, expected to be completed in January, will allow university faculty, students, and industry partners to work on energy- and defense-related research projects previously out of reach due to the lack of a secure facility.

I’m a scientist. This is what I had to ‘unlearn’ to build a successful business

You have to trust you’ll find the answers as you go, not hold yourself back until you think you’ve got every potential problem figured out.

Montana State University considering policy keeping some research secret

It would allow barring disclosure of even the existence of some research grants or contracts.

Doctors May Soon Be Able to ‘Spray’ Bandages onto Wounds – For Montana Tech team, electrospinning leads to head-spinning success

Electrospinning uses electric force to produce what Skinner calls “artificial spiderwebs,” tiny polymer fibers smaller than a hair.

University of Montana Computer Science Researcher Travis Wheeler Earns $1.1M Grant for Machine Learning

The scale of genome sequencing efforts today is breathtaking, and this requires the development of increasingly fast ways to annotate those sequences.