At age 14, the amazing Alnassari triplets may be too young to drive, but the Nashville, Tennessee, high school and MTSU dual enrollment students are..
Middle Tennessee State University continues helping stakeholders statewide navigate the exciting possibilities regarding ginseng that grows in the wild — and with a growth period..
MTSU faculty experts recently contributed their perspectives to national media outlets about numerous topics including earthquakes, housing, sexual assault, gender-neutral clothing, vaccinations, and price-fixing, among..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Elliot Altman Synopsis: The biology professor and director of the Tennessee Center for Botanical Medicine Research explains the market for..
The emerging market for nonpsychotropic products from the cannabis plant was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s..
MTSU experts provided facts and perspectives on John Prine, drinking milk, Venezuela, marijuana, the State of the Union address and more in recent articles and..
Dr. Elliot Altman, a professor of biology and director of the Tennessee Center for Botanical Medicine Research, was interviewed by the Nashville Ledger for a..
Officials with Middle Tennessee State University and China’s Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine signed an agreement Monday, Dec. 17, solidifying their ties regarding cooperative research into agricultural..
One of Middle Tennessee State University’s newest researchers and institute directors delivered a different perspective — the political economy and economic impact of tariffs on ginseng..
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