The U of M is tapping into a new source of power.
A team of scholars from 90 institutions in 44 countries show that biodiversity provides enormous economic benefits.
Diversified harvests help keep food supplies sufficient, U of M-led study says.
U researchers create tool to quantify adverse impacts of nitrogen, identify where reduced use will have most benefit
U of M research suggests forest residuals provide cleaner feedstock for bio-based plastic than fossil fuels or row crops