Associate editor Rachel Muenz speaks to Elaine M. Ruzycki and Beth Bernhardt of the Natural Resources Research Institute's Central Analytical Lab at the University of Minnesota-Duluth
Phosphorus, a highly reactive element commonly found in match heads, tracer bullets, and fertilizers, can be turned into a stable crystalline form known as black phosphorus. In a new study, researchers from the University of Minnesota used an ultrathin black phosphorus film—only 20 layers of atoms—to demonstrate high-speed data communication on nanoscale optical circuits.
New study sheds light on nutrition, land use and water security dimensions of food imports and exports.
The University of Minnesota announced Aug. 18 it has launched a first-of-its kind seed-investment program, the Discovery Capital Investment Program, to accelerate the transfer of university technology to the market by providing early-stage funding to startup companies based on university-discovered technology and innovation.
The Chinese herb thunder god vine (Tirpterygium wilforii) has been shown to suppress GRP78, eventually leading to pancreatic cancer cell death according to University of Minnesota researchers.
Entomologists at the University of Minnesota have developed a new approach for identifying potential environmental effects resulting from the deliberate release of genetically engineered (GE) insects.
Turning fossil fuel into energy is easy: You just burn it. And live with the carbon dioxide byproduct. What if we could reverse the process and turn water and carbon dioxide back into fuel?
A new light-rail line nearing completion in Minnesota is having a big effect on research at the nearby University of Minnesota
You may never have heard of a twin screw extruder, but here’s a hint: You can make your own Cheetos with one.