Ph.D. student Eric Middleton combines a lifelong love of insects and an aptitude for overcoming obstacles.
Volunteers around the state are taking a neighborly approach in the fight against invasive species.
A new University of Minnesota study counters previous disease transmission models’ predictions.
Researchers explored how complex river systems underpin watershed-scale populations.
The renovated Bell Museum features a 21st century facility, world-famous exhibits, and all-new displays and programs.
Measuring the plant diversity using spectral data promises to improve efforts to predict how well ecosystems function.
Jared Rubinstein taps into his own curiosity to teach us all about trees on campus.
Work by University of Minnesota researchers is helping us understand earthworm invasion as a global issue.
Freshwater ecosystems filter some of the excess pollutants out of the water before it reaches the ocean.
Sulfate from human activity can transform into toxic sulfide and increase harmful elements including mercury in fish.