These sites may be useful to those who are interested in the Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior program at Michigan State University.
Kellogg Biological Station (KBS), 65 miles southwest of campus near Kalamazoo, provides some of the best-equipped facilities for field research in the country. The combination of excellent laboratories, experimental ponds, experimental forest, and other aquatic and terrestrial sites has placed KBS at the forefront of ecological research. This facility is available to students in the EEBB program, either as a field research site or for summer courses.
The Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research (iCER) provides the cyberinfrastructure for researchers from across academia and industry to perform their computational research. iCER supports multidisciplinary research in all facets of computational sciences. The institute continually works to enhance MSU’s national and international presence and competitive edge in disciplines and research that rely on advanced computing.