Monthly Archives: July 2013

Parsons to lead new MSU safety office

A veteran Mississippi State research professional has been named director of the new Environmental Health and Safety Office at the land-grant institution. Michael S. Parsons of Eupora began his new duties earlier this month. In the role, he will lead…

Young researchers study reproductive challenges

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE — Their classmates may be taking the summer off, but two undergraduate students at Mississippi State University are spending long hours in a laboratory conducting studies that would challenge seasoned researchers. Their…

Keep students safe with technology

By Dr. Mariah Smith Extension Center for Technology Outreach School-age children are filling up backpacks with pencils and crayons as they prepare for the first day of school, which will be followed closely by homework assignments to complete on home…

Simulated hibernation aids MSU toad work

MISSISSIPPI STATE ­ Mississippi State University researchers successfully promoted egg laying in threatened Boreal toads when they moved the amphibians out of the refrigerator and into the wine chiller. Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station researchers at MSU are working…