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Mark Seeley

A climatologist for the people

After 40 years of connecting with Minnesotans around their favorite topic, Mark Seeley is retiring in February.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/climatologist-people
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
02/01/2018
Bob Vince and Swati More with their modified camera.

Seeing Alzheimer’s disease

U researchers detect early signs of the disease in the retina.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/seeing-alzheimers-disease
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
Christian Njatcha in his lab.

Cancer fighter from Cameroon

Graduate student Christian Njatcha came all the way from Cameroon to fight cancer.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/cancer-fighter-cameroon
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
A microscope

Study: Too many nutrients make microbes less responsive

Microbes that “grow up” in lakes with excess nutrients are less able to absorb added nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/study-too-many-nutrients-make-microbes-less-responsive
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
U students (l to r) Brody Hultman, Machlen Polfliet, Kevin Schrader, Jeffrey Guevara, and Andrew Van Gerpen hold a certificate and oversized check. Next to Van Gerpen is astronaut Mae Jemison.

Fizz-fueled rocket soars to big win

Students’ Alka-Seltzer-fueled rocket garners a Big Ten title and a Guinness world record.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/fizz-fueled-rocket-soars-big-win
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018

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