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Black and white picture of Chris Adami with his arms crossed looking at the camera. He is sitting in front of a bookshelf full of books.
April 30, 2024
Chris Adami’s newest book, The Evolution of Biological Information, flew to the top of the Amazon Best Sellers list in information theory when it published earlier this year and remains there today.“There’s a famous saying in biology which says, ‘Nothing in biology makes sense except in light of evolution,’ and I have co-opted that statement and said that it is in light of the information,” says Adami, a professor in MSU’s Department of Microbiology, genetics, & Immunology.
Woman in floral shirt and pink jacket smiles serenely at the camera. She is standing in a garden.
April 25, 2024
Jade Le Bris, a first-year D.O. – Ph.D. student in MSU’s Department of Microbiology, Genetics, & Immunology has recently published her first novel, “All the Gold Between Us,” a fantasy inspired by Greek Mythology.
Mark Moorman
April 23, 2024
The College of Natural Science’s annual event honored its outstanding alumni, faculty and students.
Glass awards sit on a table.
April 19, 2024
Sixty-three exceptional students from MSU’s Department of Microbiology, Genetics, & Immunology were honored at a departmental awards ceremony held on April 16 at the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building. More than 100 faculty, students, donors and parents joined to celebrate this year’s recipients.
Headshots of three professors: Shannon Manning, Andrew Olive, and Ned Walker
March 21, 2024
Three members from the Department of Microbiology, Genetics, & Immunology, or MGI, were recently recognized with university-wide awards: MSU Research Foundation Professor Shannon Manning was awarded the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award; Assistant Professor Andrew Olive was selected for the MSU Teacher-Scholar Award; and University Distinguished Professor Edward “Ned” Walker received the 2024 Ralph H. Smuckler Award for Advancing International Studies at MSU.