Study finds group learning, active participation give students self-confidence needed to shine in classroom.
New research from the U shows nitrous oxide emissions, a greenhouse gas, may get worse as the climate warms.
University of Minnesota astrophysicists involved in discovery observed in both gravitational waves and light.
National Science Foundation’s Smart and Connected Communities program includes outreach to K-12 teachers and students.
“Synthetic incompatibility” could boost safety and effectiveness of applying genetic engineering.
A range of new food production technologies are emerging.
Across the country, stakeholders have set ambitious goals for reducing energy emissions and investing in renewables.
Researchers unlock a longstanding mystery about the geographic origins of the continent’s red and white oaks.
Companies can now more accurately measure – and improve – supply-chain sustainability.
A team of researchers including Peter Reich from CFANS cracked the mystery of leaf size.
Research offers positive news for a criminal justice system keenly aware of need for improved response to race biases.
The University of Minnesota’s Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve marks milestone with September 9 celebration.