You are invited to our free workshops! Topics include power searching in CatSearch, common software (such as PowerPoint), Web tools such as DropBox and Google Drive, efficient searching in subject databases, and using citation management tools (like EndNote Web). Click in to the Workshop page to see a schedule and register online.
Log in (using your NetID) to make requests for materials from our collection including books, article scans, chapters... or request materials we don't own through Interlibrary Loan: free to MSU affiliates.
The Program in Interdisciplinary Studies is focused on a variety of initiatives, most of which span two or more disciplines, including asteroid deflection, modeling dense stellar systems, science and human values, topics in theoretical astrophysics, ethics and the environment, and ways of knowing.
NASA’s Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology Program, an element of the Astrobiology Program, supports research into the origin and early evolution of life, the potential of life to adapt to different environments, and the implications for life elsewhere
Focused on the broad discipline of astrobiology, S.A.G.A.N. is a social network whose mission is to engage and promote grassroots science outreach activities by providing a communication platform where interested individuals, journalists, teachers, students, and scientists alike can organize events, inform about events, exchange ideas, ask questions, find mentors, describe new findings, share pictures of science events
Search for your topic on Google. Explore the ways you can refine your search. For example, combine your search terms with a command to limit to a specific domain (.edu, .com, .mil., etcetera) by using "site:.gov" (to pull up federal government information) or "site:.org" (to limit to organizations' web sites)...