Interactive Weather Station
Mississippi State’s Department of Geosciences, in collaboration with the Partnership Middle School—Starkville Oktibbeha County School District’s sixth and seventh grades—this week officially have opened an interactive weather station to help students better understand how air masses and frontal boundaries affect daily weather.
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MSU Releases New Bermuda Grass Turf
Scientists in the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station have developed two new turfgrass cultivars as the first hybrid Bermuda grass cultivars unrelated to the commonly used “Tifgreen.”
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MSU Brings Hope to CHARGE Syndrome Patients and Families
When the joy of having a new baby in the family is clouded by concern over a child’s developmental difficulties, researchers at Mississippi State University offer rays of hope. Through the advanced study of the syndrome known as CHARGE, students and faculty are addressing educational, physical, and social challenges faced by impacted families.
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Take a look at how our students are getting hands-on experience in their fields.