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Montana State University is one of only 108 institutions - out of 4,600 - designated as “very high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of teaching. This means that MSU is among the top 2% of institutions in the United States in research which translates into significant opportunities for research, scholarship and creative work.

MSU’s inquiry and research-based curriculum inspires exploration and creativity, and ensures exposure to a broad range of disciplines. Every student participates in a research or creative experience from one of four areas: the arts, humanities, natural science and social sciences.

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Rising CO2 levels are changing how fast forests cycle water

Higher CO2 levels in the atmosphere are changing how quickly trees process water, which scientists are studying to see if it will affect river flow, flooding and soil moisture.
The swollen Fitzroy River in Queensland, Australia, where heavy rains in early 2011 led to extraordinary regrowth with a global impact. Capt. W. M. & Tatters/Flickr

Record rains made Australia a giant green global carbon sink

Record-breaking rains triggered so much new growth across Australia that the continent turned into a giant green carbon sink to rival tropical rainforests including the Amazon, our new research shows…

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