BOZEMAN — On their 10-day tour of Cuba, Montana State University nursing students got quite a surprise when the U.S. and Cuban presidents made the dramatic announcement that they were thawing relations after 50 years of hostility.
BOZEMAN — A Montana State University student was hospitalized with burns over more than half his body after an explosion in his dorm room.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University plans to confer an honorary doctorate in letters and science to U.S. diplomat and adviser Brooke D. Anderson.
Montana State University’s research programs helped bolster Bozeman’s high-tech sector.
Montana State University campus.
More than a week after reports that genetically modified wheat unexpectedly turned up at a university research lab in Huntley, foreign buyers are not shying away from Montana grain.
Doug Enderson, a transportation engineer for DOWL HKM, says improving public safety is his top priority.
The college department at Montana State University with the most scholarships and steadily rising enrollment? Could it be agriculture?
Kenning Arlitsch, dean of the MSU Library, discusses the Acoustic Atlas he is helping to develop. The atlas is an online collection of natural sounds.
Montana State University in Bozeman is looking into grants directed by Michael Vogel, an Extension Service housing specialist, according to a university news release Wednesday.
Michael Vogel shows a display of pellet fuels made from camelina in 2008.
RED LODGE -- Harlan Collins of Rocky Mountain College and Carter Theade of the Silver Run Ski Education Foundation won giant slalom races Saturday at Red Lodge Mountain.
RED LODGE -- The men's and women's ski-racing teams at Rocky Mountain College swept the giant slalom races Friday during a Grand Teton Conference meet at Red Lodge Mountain.
Montana State University professor of plant pathology Barry Jacobsen holds a sample of BMJ, a product that will boost plants' natural ability to resist disease.
John Priscu MSU photo by Kelly Gorham.
How Montana winters shape up has been subject of study for years, especially after El Niño and La Niña cycles became part of the discussion.
MSU Electrical Engineering graduate student Sarah Lukes operates a machine that washes silicon wafers in the Montana Microfabrication Facility clean room at Montana State University.
Electrical engineering graduate student Sarah Lukes uses microscopy to examine etchings on a silicon wafer in the Montana Microfabrication Facility clean room at Montana State University.
A close-up view of an etched silicon wafer in the Montana Microfabrication Facility clean room at Montana State University.
Electrical engineering student Erwin Dubar, right, examines a silicon wafer as professor David Dickensheets looks on in the Montana Microfabrication Facility clean room at Montana State University.
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