The material at the heart of the lithium ion batteries that power electric vehicles, laptop computers and smartphones has been shown to impair a key soil bacterium, according to new research published online in the journal Chemistry of Materials.
University of Minnesota senior wins prestigious science scholarship to Cambridge University
Water is essential to human well-being, yet reports of water shortages surface daily. Now, thanks to a team of global water experts, planning for water development and use just took a giant leap forward.
The Bell Museum will host Dr. Josh Cassada, NASA Astronaut and Lt. Commander for the U.S. Navy, on January 14 to present “The Road from Minnesota to the Space Station and Beyond.” Cassada is a White Bear Lake native, and will be visiting White Bear Lake Area High School with the Bell Museum’s ExploraDome team to discuss his experience working for NASA, space and science.
U of M Physics Circus brings large-scale stunts and physics fun to the public Jan. 14
A 3D drawing robot, Towers of Hanoi solver, a Connect 4 player, and a magnet juggler, will be among more than 200 machines on display at the U of M Robot Show 2:40-4:30 p.m. Dec. 14, in McNamara Alumni Center.
Resistance of ER-positive Breast Cancer to Tamoxifen Therapy May be Driven by APOBEC3B
A project aimed at developing polyurethane foam that can be recycled has won the Dow Sustainability Innovation Student Challenge Award competition held Dec. 3 at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment in St. Paul.