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Cougars likely to recolonize middle part of U.S. within the next 25 years

A groundbreaking new study shows that cougars, also known as mountain lions and pumas, are likely to recolonize portions of habitat in the middle part of the United States within the next 25 years.

To Make Our Communities Greener

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Master Gardeners bring research-driven knowledge to the communities they serve and teach.

USGA Partnership

USGA and University of Minnesota: Working for Golf's Future

The United States Golf Association (USGA) and the University of Minnesota (UMN) announced a five-year master research partnership to study and develop solutions to golf’s present and future challenges.

To Keep People from Going Thirsty

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David Mulla is changing how countries use water.

Biodiversity stabilizes ecosystems during climate extremes

Vines add surprising variable to tropical forest carbon storage

New grants will help Minnesota fight invasive pests and plants

Successful Peregrine Reintroduction is Focus of New Bell Museum Exhibit

Lack of attention has made stripe rust a major threat to the world’s wheat, U of M-led report shows

University of Minnesota Polar Geospatial Center to lead effort on mapping Alaska and arctic

University of Minnesota solar car team to unveil new car Aug. 18

The University of Minnesota Solar Vehicle Project team will give the public a first look at its newest solar-hybrid car at a special event for the media, sponsors and supporters.

Bears appear unfazed by drones, but their heart rates soar, U of M research shows

If an unidentified flying object suddenly appeared in the sky, it’s likely your heart would beat faster. Now, University of Minnesota researchers reporting in the journal Current Biology have found that the same is true for bears.

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