by Kevin Coss
Students in a new aquaponics course are conducting research to inform an emerging industry on how best to sustainably grow plants and fish together.
by Deane Morrison
Researchers have identified a target for age-related macular degeneration therapies that slow the progression of the disease.
At the University of Minnesota, researchers are forming a new approach to curbing contagious animal diseases and the threat they pose to Minnesota’s economy.
Minnepura Technologies Inc. uses bacteria-based biotechnology to purify water that has been contaminated by chemicals from industrial processes.
Crowdsourcing, where volunteer scientists contribute to enormous ongoing studies, accelerates U research and makes new discoveries possible.
A team of scientists, including the U's Chick Woodward, are exploring a new planetary system leading to new discoveries about our own solar system and how planets form.
U of M researchers are genetically editing a type of bacteria that naturally produces nitrogen to make it produce a much greater amount of the nutrient.
The Actives Factory prepares the natural chemicals found in birch tree bark for use in environmentally friendly cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and more.
A collection of scientists and business experts at the University of Minnesota are developing new methods of remediation — the act of removing pollutants from the environment.
by Contributing Writer
Spintronic computers aren't on the shelves of Best Buy yet, but a national "dream team" of researchers is accelerating progress toward this goal.