“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.
Goal is to increase the number of students of color and American Indian students pursuing STEM
Latest Technology Makes the Theater the First of Its Kind in the World.
A U scientist will be at the forefront of an international effort to study plant-associated microbes.
Cryopreservation study results have sweeping implications for wildlife conservation and human health