A recent UMD study found some of the oldest animals in the world living in a place you wouldn’t expect.
UMD research is advancing our understanding of lake ecology in the winter.
UMD Biology Student Roy Westerman is researching how plants and fungi might help solve our PFAS problem.
UMD chemistry graduate student, Mady Larson, is researching drought-tolerant plants.
New NIH research grant helps fund health education
The impact that quagga mussels have on the Great Lakes food web gives deep meaning to the saying 'food for thought'
UMD Associate Professor Ted Ozersky is the principal investigator on a newly funded project titled "Collaborative Research: Advancing a comprehensive model of year-round ecosystem function in seasonally frozen lakes through networked science."
Program provides funding and mentorship for students to pursue research projects
Duluth researchers earn Early Innovation Funds (EIF)
While the end of winter brings warmer temperatures and green grass, it also heralds the beginning of one of the most difficult times of year for drivers: pothole season.