Research led by University of Minnesota ecologists bring hope for better holding non-native invaders at bay
U research team discovers households are the main sources of nutrient pollutants in the Twin Cities urban watershed.
All of the exterior windows at the new Bell Museum feature a custom patterned glass to aid in bird conservation.
Mercury is toxic and removing it from water is challenging. Professor Abdennour Abbas and team created a sponge to help.
Enhanced ability to divvy up vertical space provides productivity boost trees see when multiple species grow together
Discovery could have major impact on the multi-billion dollar tire industry.
UMN researchers use cave structures to identify historical precipitation.
U scientists are working together to develop the next generation of crops.
Award recognizes students and universities for innovative research that encourages & promotes sustainable solutions
Losses of soil carbon under climate warming might equal U.S. carbon emissions, further accelerating climate warming
Maps illuminate contribution of smallholder farming to global food production
Maps show distribution, intensity of greenhouse gas release due to cropland management