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Stateside: Friday, March 22, 2024

On today's Stateside, how ticks have managed to survive and thrive despite a chilly start to springtime in Michigan. Then, what a team of researchers and creatives are cooking up at the BAN Lab, a Detroit-based company experimenting with sustainable bio-based materials. Plus, a conversation with Michigan-born author Katie Williams on her latest novel, "My Murder." The unique sci-fi murder mystery follows Louise, a Lansing resident, as she navigates life as a clone of a woman who was brutally attacked and murdered.

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  • Jean Tsao, professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University
  • Najah Thomas-Young, owner and founder of BAN Lab
  • Katie Williams, author of "My Murder"
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