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Dome Construction Begins on Planetarium at the New Bell Museum

Bell Museum Planetarium Rendering

Latest Technology Makes the Theater the First of Its Kind in the World.

Citizen Science Brings Monarch Butterfly Parasitoids to Light

Citizen Science butterflies

Thanks to citizen volunteers, scientists know more about the flies that attack monarch butterfly caterpillars.

‘Lang-MN' is UMN's latest wheat variety

Lang wheat variety

Lang-MN is a well-balanced, high yielding spring wheat variety well suited for much of the spring wheat-growing region.

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Receives Highest National Recognition

Arboretum national recognition

Awarded Accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums

UMN announces launch of agricultural partnership between Brazil and MN

Fields

UMN and Embrapa are joining forces to tackle problems of viable productivity growth in agriculture.

Extension receives $1 million to help Greater Minnesota

main Street

Federal research grants build upon ‘brain gain’ studies, local food access to wholesale distribution      

Kaler announces new effort to attract, retain more Greater MN students

Students studying

The Land-Grant Legacy Scholarship is funded through private donations. 

Masters program in agriculture education moves to CFANS

Students graduating

Agricultural Education M.Ed. will be renamed “Agricultural Education M.S.,” pending approval from the Board of Regents. 

Public invited to open house at first U-developed deep winter greenhouse

Deep Winter Greenhouse

Free event will be held on Feb. 18 at the Organic Consumers Association in Finland, Minn.

U of M’s CFANS and CSE to partner on bio-based industry projects

Researcher Lucas Stolp and Professor Shri Ramaswamy next to a thin film evaporator and displaying (clockwise) white pulp, craft pulp, black liquor (in the beaker), and woodchips.

The advanced manufacturing institute will be called the Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID).

Forever Green Initiative takes root

A green crop in a field beneath a blue sky

U scientists are working together to develop the next generation of crops. 

Growing fresh greens year-round

Fresh greens grow in a Deep Winter Greenhouse.

Deep Winter Greenhouses enable small- and mid-scale farmers to grow greens all year without heavy reliance on fossil fuels.

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