Tag: Automotive - MSU Innovation Center

MSU Mobility spotlighted at North American International Auto Show

Michigan State University Mobility took center stage at the North American International Auto Show Thursday during a panel discussion with its peer institutions from the University Research Corridor, or URC, to highlight how the institution is leading the nation in preparing students who will take their talents into the ever-changing mobility industry. MSU University Distinguished … Continued


Improving ‘Holy Grail’ Lithium Metal Batteries

Q&A with engineer Chengcheng Fang Michigan State University is one of the top 100 research universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, widely regarded as among the top research-intensive institutions in North America. The following story highlights one of the many examples of MSU’s research excellence and innovation. … Continued


MSU Solar Racing Team Shines Light on Innovation in Mobility

It is no secret the automotive industry is at a transformational crossroads. Many companies are working toward transitioning from the internal combustion engine to electrification and sustainable mobility. Helping to lead that transformation are the 75 students in the driver’s seat of the MSU Solar Racing Team, a student-run organization that designs, builds, and races … Continued


Capstone projects connect industry and academics

Partnerships between universities and companies can foster powerful ideas. Capstone projects within the Michigan State University College of Engineering allow an opportunity for companies to collaborate and explore the talent Spartans have. The program also lays the foundation for relationships to grow between the companies and the MSU Mobility program and the MSU Innovation Center. … Continued


Power generation you can see through

This article has been reposted from MSUToday. Building greener vehicles with help from plants Spartan engineers and Ford Motor Co. are creating new polymers and composites for the automotive industry using sustainable materials from nature As a building material, bamboo is pretty amazing. Even though it’s technically a grass, bamboo’s reeds can be tougher than … Continued


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