Recent grad and Churchill Scholar Merrick Pierson Smela heads to England to study reproductive biology.
Researchers explored how complex river systems underpin watershed-scale populations.
Friendly border battle will prepare both teams for this summer’s American Solar Challenge cross-country race
Active learning is key to closing the achievement gap in biology-related careers.
Measuring the plant diversity using spectral data promises to improve efforts to predict how well ecosystems function.
Discovery led by University of Minnesota researchers could have a big impact in the semiconductor industry
Study finds that organic matter from decaying plants and other sources plays a key role in removing the pollutant.
Recipients are pursuing research-oriented careers in mathematics, engineering, and the natural and applied sciences.
Continent-wide study finds key to unusual distribution, offers lessons for keeping ecosystems healthy.
Researchers looked at how benefits and risks tied to unproven interventions are portrayed in patients' online campaigns.
Professors Peter B. Reich and Mikhail Shifman were elected for their excellence in original scientific research.
The eight awarded fellows will seek solutions to challenges posed by food insecurity and population growth.