Exploring, uncovering, understanding. Mississippi State University archaeological researchers are using cutting-edge technology to break new ground across continents, solve ancient mysteries, gain cultural insight and establish the Cobb Institute of Archaeology as a leader among an international league of experts.
At the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, a team of Mississippi State University students, faculty and alumni are blowing the wheels off conventional automotive design by engineering the Car of the Future®.
Creating a better vaccine to combat global influenza and saving lives is nothing to sneeze at. At Mississippi State University, researchers are helping drive an international initiative to stay ahead of next season's outbreak.
The world may be shrinking thanks to technology, but the number of people at the global meal table is rapidly growing. Student researchers at Mississippi State University are seeking solutions to ensure that in the future, no one goes hungry.
Crime scene investigation may be the subject of America's most popular television series, but at Mississippi State University, students are digging into real-life dramas and helping solve mysteries using science and research.
At Mississippi State University's Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach, the writing is on the wall for students interested in starting their own businesses. The state-of-the-art business center offers every kind of support a budding entrepreneur needs - from glass idea walls to seed money grants for new businesses.
A favorite stuffed animal can ease the fears of a troubled child or even an adult, offering comfort and companionship. But what if that toy could actually help heal? At Mississippi State University, groundbreaking research paired with therapeutic technology is anything but child’s play. It’s a tool for recovery.
At Mississippi State University's Carl Small Town Center, architecture students are thoughtfully helping communities improve their physical environments to thrive culturally, economically and sustainably.
Mississippi State University is home to one of only two labs in the world conducting groundbreaking research on a syndrome known as CHARGE. Students gain hands-on learning about this complex condition while researching ways to improve the quality of life for affected children.