East Lansing, MI, United States
Posted: 4 years ago


£20,079 per year

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Michigan State University, faculty
and students engage in basic
and applied research on insects
and related invertebrates in these
focus areas:
• Food, fuel, fiber
• Natural resources and
• Human and veterinary health
These themes are applied across
diverse systems including annual
and perennial crops, forests and
aquatic environments. Research
occurs within the state, around
the country and in international

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