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.
New study illuminates how the fullness of the moon impacts prey behavior when lions loom on the landscape.
Companies can now more accurately measure – and improve – supply-chain sustainability.
Driven in part by a memory from her youth, Shantal Pai has dedicated herself to alleviating hunger.
Energy Storage Paired with Solar Found to Be More Cost Effective in Minnesota Today than Natural Gas Peaking Plants
Thanks to citizen volunteers, scientists know more about the flies that attack monarch butterfly caterpillars.