Bianca Serda is a second-year graduate student in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Molecular Plant Sciences programs here at Michigan State University. "I have learned that there are many resources available to help move my research forward, all I need to do is ask what is available for me and somehow, I find what I need."
MSU researchers are studying plants that can survive extreme drought and what they can teach us about life without water.
Because of their diversity and other traits, hardy monkeyflowers have become the hot new plant to study.
Join the Molecular Plant Sciences program Fall and Spring semester for the Monday seminar series.
Berkley Walker's lab - including MPS graduate students Luke Gregory, Kalia Smith and Anne Steensma - was acknowledged by the Office of Environmental Health and Safety as a part of their inaugural Laboratory Safety Recognition Awards this year.
Researchers at Michigan State University discovered a new way plants are adapting to the changing climate — information that can be used to help plants grow strong while also maintaining their nutritional value.
MPS faculty member Federica Brandizzi and graduate student Joanne Thomson send seeds to space in the Artemis 1 spacecraft.
The Brandizzi Lab at MSU is sending seeds to space aboard NASA’s Artemis I mission to explore how humanity can sustain itself outside of Earth
Third-year graduate student Bianca Serda attended two scientific conferences this summer: The Gordon Research Conference on Biogenic Hydrocarbons and the Atmosphere in June, and the American Society of Plant Biologists Plant Biology Conference in July.
During undergraduate years, gaining hands-on lab experience and signing your name to a scientific publication can give your resume a well-deserved push, and even help open doors to a new career path or Ph.D. program.