Sulfate from human activity can transform into toxic sulfide and increase harmful elements including mercury in fish.
After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February.
U researchers detect early signs of the disease in the retina.
Flames, explosions, and scientists dropping 20 feet through the air are just a few of the exciting demos kids will see.
Findings suggest changing how instructors assess students could help close the achievement gap in some STEM courses.
Graduate student Christian Njatcha came all the way from Cameroon to fight cancer.
Microbes that “grow up” in lakes with excess nutrients are less able to absorb added nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon.
Organ models could improve surgical outcomes in thousands of patients worldwide.
Detailed global maps of key traits in plants are available for the first time, thanks to work led by CFANS researchers.
The event features a dazzling light show designed by College of Science and Engineering students.
Five UMN researchers have been named AAAS Fellows by their peers.
Findings by U researchers suggest plant respiration is a larger source of carbon emissions than previously thought.