Sulfate from human activity can transform into toxic sulfide and increase harmful elements including mercury in fish.
After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February.
Main Energy Plant allows U to operate as an energy island so critical services can be maintained if there are outages.
Microbes that “grow up” in lakes with excess nutrients are less able to absorb added nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon.
Detailed global maps of key traits in plants are available for the first time, thanks to work led by CFANS researchers.
UMD researchers are developing a renewable substitute for coal.
Faculty and students at the U of M Crookston are studying freshwater sponges and how they correlate to the health of Minnesota’s waters.
New research from the U shows nitrous oxide emissions, a greenhouse gas, may get worse as the climate warms.
It will fund research on innovations for sustainable food, energy, and water supplies in intensively cultivated regions.
“Synthetic incompatibility” could boost safety and effectiveness of applying genetic engineering.
Across the country, stakeholders have set ambitious goals for reducing energy emissions and investing in renewables.
Regenerating critically endangered tropical dry forests isn’t easy, but identifying right ingredients is positive step.