Agriculture and Environment

Matty Bygd, blonde, in lab coat, stands before a row of shelves well stocked with chemical reagents.
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A bacterial bullseye

A graduate student finds a bacterium that could detoxify long-lived chemical pollutants known as PFAS. 

A wolf on trail approaching a camera
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A window into the wild north

Through a combination of advancing technology, social media, and charismatic subjects, research on wolves in northern Minnesota has caught the attention of millions.

Talking with U of M

Talking aquatic invasive species with the U of M

Nick Phelps, Ph.D., with the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center at the University of Minnesota, answers questions about the steps you can take to help stop the spread of aquatic invasive species and what researchers are currently doing to make a difference. 

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