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Jay Austin with 1000 pound concrete weights

Currents in Motion

July 9, 2019

In an attempt to answer novel and complex questions, UMD’s LLO deploys equipment designed to take data from Lake Superior.
Hand by wild rice on the shore

What’s Happening with Wild Rice?

July 3, 2019

UMD partners with national program offering undergrads an opportunity to dig in.
UMD Pharmacy image: double helix made out of pills

Pharmacy News

July 1, 2019

July 2019 news from faculty and staff of the College of Pharmacy Duluth.

Jim Vileta Discusses Artificial Intelligence

June 26, 2019

Librarian Jim Vileta presents on the topic of AI at national conference.

Biochar: The Hot Material You Don't Know About

June 18, 2019

You know charcoal. (Summer picnic, anyone?) But do you know about the economic and environmental benefits of its close cousin, biochar?
Polytropos in the studio, UMD's new large public art sculpture

6,000 Pounds Coming Down

June 17, 2019

UMD prepares for major art installation.
Photo by Michael Furtman: A baby woodcock chick being held in a person's hands.

Getting to the Point with Woodcock Research

June 12, 2019

The quiet, brown speckled woodcock is difficult for scientists to find in the forest for research. Enter the pointing dog.

Scoring with a Financial Degree

June 11, 2019

Professional hockey player Rob Bordson returned to LSBE to attain his B.B.A., which was a high priority on his "must-do" list. 
image of a rural road

New Sensors Keep Cars Safe

June 10, 2019

GPS-based system warns drivers about lane departures and curves.
UMD students Bryant McLelland, Kendra Dean, and Kaleb Montgomery in Keene Creek Park

Projects in the Park

June 5, 2019

Students work together to assess, address, and improve parks in Duluth.

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