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Founded Year

1893

About Montana State University

Montana State University educates students, creates knowledge and art, and serves communities by integrating learning, discovery, and engagement. It is based in Bozeman, Montana.

Montana State University Headquarter Location

211 Strand Union Building

Bozeman, Montana, 59717,

United States

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Montana State University Patents

Montana State University has filed 15 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Spectroscopy
  • Optical devices
  • Electromagnetic radiation
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2/11/2017

4/12/2022

Microscopy, Medical imaging, Microscopes, Photographic lenses, Optical devices

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2/11/2017

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4/12/2022

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Microscopy, Medical imaging, Microscopes, Photographic lenses, Optical devices

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Latest Montana State University News

Is The Planet Trying To Tell Us Something? Heat, Disasters Hit Before Summer Starts

Jun 19, 2022

By 06/19/22 AT 7:40 AM Global heat-related crises due to climate change have led to increased environmental and health risks, according to collaborated research  from Rhodium Group and the Climate Impact Lab consortium. The study revealed the number of lives saved by achieving carbon neutrality nationwide, as well as state by state, with the effects of climate change killing 45 per 100,000 people. Only strokes and heart disease killed more people. An estimate from researchers shows that if the U.S. cuts its emissions to net-zero by 2050, it would save 7.4 million lives around the world. According to the report, heat stress affects over "12 times the number of people compared to a world without climate change." "Each additional ton of carbon has these global impacts – there is a tangible difference in terms of death rates," Hannah Hess, associate director of Rhodium, told the Guardian . Addressing climate change could save the U.S. around $3.7 trillion in "adaptation costs." Adaptation costs mean spending on air conditioning, cooling centers, and warning systems that alert people when a heat have is on the way. A report released in May also reveals that global inaction on climate change could cost the global economy $178 trillion from now until 2070. On Thursday, 64 million Americans were living under heat alerts. The extreme heat has  already caused multiple wildfires throughout the country . In 2020, wildfires cost about $16.5 billion in damages and experts predict the problem with natural disasters will only get worse as climate change does. Mass flooding, which closed Yellowstone National Park on Monday , also highlights one of the effects of climate change and rising temperatures. The current conditions in Yellowstone happened because of excessive snow melt and rainfall in the area. Scientists for the U.S. Geological Survey from Montana State University and the University of Wyoming wrote that the flooding is a direct result of climate change. The heat waves also affect animals. Kansas reported Tuesday that at least 2,000 cattle deaths occurred as a result of higher temperatures. It is unclear if climate change is inherently tied to cattle deaths. Research has shown that crop yields and natural disasters will worsen with time if climate change keeps this pace. Despite being ravaged by floods, fires and droughts, Australia has long been seen as a laggard on climate action Photo: AFP / Muhammad FAROOQ © Copyright IBTimes 2022. All rights reserved. Related Stories

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  • When was Montana State University founded?

    Montana State University was founded in 1893.

  • Where is Montana State University's headquarters?

    Montana State University's headquarters is located at 211 Strand Union Building, Bozeman.

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