Geocognition seminar Friday, October 24, 2014
Dr. Gregory Hempe, 2014 Jahns Lecturer, Friday, October 10, 12:30 p.m., 204 Natural Science.
Dr. Bruno Basso's research was featured in the recent report of the
Michigan State University and its University Research Corridor partners protect Michigan’s precious water resources and enhance its “blue economy” through hundreds of millions of dollars in research and service, a new report shows.
The URC universities – MSU, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University – landed nearly $300 million in funding for water-related research and outreach from 2009 to 2013. The 2,100 awards led to innovations in a wide variety of areas, ranging from invasive species to monitoring water quality and finding ways to optimize water use in agriculture, according to “Innovating for the Blue Economy,” a report released today at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.- See more at: http://msutoday.msu.edu/glg-research-addresses-sourge-of-great-lakes-algal-blooms/2014/research-us-vital-to-michigans-blue-economy/#sthash.ltdnCRjg.dpuf
University Research Corridor.
The Clay Minerals Society is an international organization devoted to the study of clays and clay minerals. Prof Velbel passes the gavel at the 51st meeting of the Clay Minerals Society.
Dr. Bruno Basso is quoted in a recent press release from MSU.
GLG undergraduates were well represented at the annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum and took home several top prizes.
Prof. Bruno Basso’s discussion of “Temperature and drought effects on crop yields” recently appeared in the journal Nature Climate Change.
The Department lost a great colleague over the Thanksgiving holiday. Professor Emeritus Aureal T. Cross was a remarkable individual who touched many lives through his incredible career.