by Kevin Coss
Hyperspectral imaging may provide a quicker and more accurate way to detect trees infected with oak wilt and inform efforts to stanch the disease's spread.
by Deane Morrison
A sizable gap in indigenous language fluency and traditional practices has opened up between teenage students and their parents in Papua New Guinea.
Through nearly $15 million in Templeton Foundation funding, a new international cohort program led by a UMN philosophy researcher aims to explore purposive-looking behavior in living systems.
Through a combination of basic and applied science, researchers are bringing growers an economically feasible way to better protect soil and water.
Research suggests nature has placed constraints on how much the underlying rate of aging can be slowed, even as nutrition and public health improve.
Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute researchers are studying entrepreneurs’ income and how it compares to that of hired employees.
Researchers are working on a first-of-its-kind bioreactor to reduce CO2 into a storable liquid that can then be made into various chemicals and materials.
Through the grant program, the Office of the Vice President for Research offers funding to promote research that incorporates new, cross-disciplinary ideas.
As global carbon dioxide levels rise, the degree of biodiversity in grasslands is vital to their ability to function as carbon “sinks.”
Minnesota’s small towns and rural areas are showing signs of a return to normalcy as coronavirus restrictions loosen and hard-hit industries start to recover.