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From Hot Snow to Sleepless in MT – MSU 10×10 Innovation Roadshow
September 19 @ 6:00pm
Montana State University’s Office of Research and Economic Development and Graduate Education will host the 10×10 MSU Innovation Roadshow, titled “From Hot Snow to Sleepless in Montana,” at 6 p.m. on Sept. 19 at the Ellen Theatre in downtown Bozeman. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The show is free and open to the public and free concessions will be available.
The show will feature 10 MSU researchers who will share their stories of research and creativity in 10-minute segments.
Topics and presenters include:
- “SNOW! It’s So Hot Right Now…” — Kevin Hammonds, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering
- “A Random Walk to Discovery” — Erik Grumstrup, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Letters and Science
- “Lifestyle Strategies Targeting Inflammation for Disease Prevention” — Mary Miles, Department of Health and Human Development, College of Education, Health and Human Development
- “Beef Production Strategies that Optimize the Use of Western Rangelands” — Tim DelCurto, Department of Animal Range Sciences, College of Agriculture and College of Letters and Science
- “Essential Shifts in Software Engineering to Address AI and Cybersecurity” — Clemente Izurieta, Gianforte School of Computing, College of Engineering
- “Insights into How Virus Infection Affects Your Chances of Surviving Pneumonia” — Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, College of Letters and Science
- “The Montana Agricultural Experiment Station: R&D for Montana’s Largest Industry” — Anton Bekkerman, Department of Agriculture Economics and Economics, College of Agriculture and College of Letters and Science
- “The Relevance and Impact of Internet-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Programs for Rural America” — Mark Schure, Department of Health and Human Development, College of Education, Health and Human Development
- “Vulnerability: The Politics of Production” — Tenzin Phuntsog, School of Film and Photography, College of Arts and Architecture
- “Sleepless in Montana: Is Sleep Deprivation the New Silent Killer?” — Jason Carter, vice president of research, economic development and graduate education