by Kevin Coss
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.
by Deane Morrison
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.
Incoming males to a baboon troop may reap an evolutionary benefit from inducing miscarriages in high-ranking females.
Researchers hope to replace petroleum-based plastics and polymers with bio-based alternatives that harmlessly biodegrade or can be better recycled for reuse.
Research into how HVAC systems affect the spread of COVID-19 helped inform a plan that made classrooms as safe as possible for in-person learning.
Research into how neurons become damaged sets the stage for drugs or other treatments that could limit or prevent long-term harm following a concussion.
In addition to COVID-19, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy has helped the world prepare for and respond to many other disease threats.
By factoring short-distance transportation data into models that predict virus spread, experts can provide better insights to guide policy decisions.