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Night scene of the City of Duluth

The Fabric of Duluth

May 9, 2018

UMD art history students share their vision of a reimagined Duluth.

UMD student Charles McGregor

At the Intersection of Art and Science

May 9, 2018

Before Charles McGregor graduated, he offered people an opportunity to experience the culmination of his work at UMD.... more

Clean Chemistry

May 7, 2018

Researching to understand chemical and microbial contaminants in water systems and develop alternative treatment technologies.  

Paving the Way

April 30, 2018

The Pavement Research Team is paving the way for progress on Minnesota pavement, especially in pothole repairs. 

Watching the Way Water Flows

April 16, 2018

Becky Teasley studied California's Tulare River Basin and the interactions between water, agriculture, and disadvantaged communities... more

Small Business Gains Lean Efficiencies

May 2, 2018

Can a printing company go paperless? For work orders, yes. NRRI's lean efficiencies helped company save money, time and space.

NRRI Seeks Funds to Seed Bioeconomy Innovations

May 7, 2018

All new technologies travel a trajectory to refinement and acceptance. New materials of the bioeconomy are no different. 

Persistent Algae Problem Puzzles Scientists

May 8, 2018

Toxic algal blooms on Lake of the Woods should have cleared up. But the blooms persisted. Why?

An Evening of Dance and Poetry

May 3, 2018

Intertwining poetry & dance, Sunday, May 20, in Weber Music Hall.

Dr. Jennifer Brady Awarded Tenure

April 30, 2018

Professor Brady is an active and dynamic scholar.

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