From MSU News Service
BOZEMAN — Montana State University’s Office of Research and Economic Development will host “10X10 MSU Innovation Road Show: From Tiny Houses to Honey Bees” at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 23, at the Ellen Theatre in downtown Bozeman. The event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
The event will feature 10 MSU researchers who will share their stories of research and creativity in 10-minute segments.
“We’re very happy to have the opportunity to discuss research and innovation at this event,” said MSU Vice President for Research and Economic Development Renee Reijo Pera. “The presentations cover a wide range of topics and are only a sample of all the brilliant and innovative ideas being created right here in this community.”
Topics and presenters include:
- Pathways to Pandemics – Raina Plowright, College of Agriculture and College of Letters and Science
- Small Shelters, aka Tiny Houses – Ralph Johnson, College of Arts and Architecture
- Use It or Lose It: Mobility and Aging – Ron June, College of Engineering
- Honey Bee Health and Your Health – Michelle Flenniken, College of Agriculture
- Snowy Wind and Japan’s War in the Pacific: Lessons for Today – Brett Walker, College of Letters and Science
- Driverless Cars: The EVolution of the REVolution – Craig Shankwitz, Western Transportation Institute
- Student Success: Much More than a Degree – Tricia Seifert, College of Education, Health and Human Development
- Food and Micronutrients – Hikmet Budak, College of Agriculture
- Oral Health Messaging in Indian Country – Laura Larsson, College of Nursing
- Montana’s Changing Climate – Cathy Whitlock, College of Letters and Science
The event will also be live streamed on Facebook. To view the live stream, go to https://www.facebook.com/montanastate.
Contact: Brandy Murray, MSU Office of Research and Economic Development, (406) 994-2891 or email@example.com