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Big possibilities for human health

In Kristin Parent’s world of studying viruses that infect bacteria, she knows if there’s a host, there’s also a virus that can infect it. What she and her team learn about one virus can be applied to another. And their findings could be critically important to human health.

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Protect your phone, data from grinches

During the holidays, it’s not just Santa who’s watching you. Hackers are lurking, so be equally mindful of your phone as you are your cash and credit cards.

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Machine learning masters the fingerprint

Fingerprint authentication systems are a widely trusted form of biometric authentication, deployed on billions of smartphones and other devices worldwide. Yet a new study reveals a surprising level of vulnerability in these systems.

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Resilience: Arts and Letters Dean's Report

For generations, the students, faculty, staff and alumni of the College of Arts and Letters have demonstrated the capacity to be resilient in the face of adversity. This resilience is the theme of the 2018 Dean’s Report.

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Our Commitment

We are listening. We are creating change. Together, we will make a safer, healthier, more respectful campus community.

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MI Spartan Impact

MSU and partners across the state work to create a stronger, healthier, more prosperous tomorrow—for Michigan and the world.

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Diversity & Inclusion

We are Spartans. See what makes MSU a place where differences are assets and why diversity and inclusion are important in our culture.

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