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Deep-water robot to aid Antarctic exploration

Deep-water robot to aid Antarctic exploration

A UNL team's mission to build a new robot to advance research into the ecosystem under Antarctic ice may also eventually help NASA study one of Jupiter's moons. MORE ...

Submit proposals for COBRE internal competition

Submit proposals for COBRE internal competition

The Office of Research and Economic Development is sponsoring an internal competition to identify the next team that will develop an institutional proposal for submission to NIH’s Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence program. MORE ...
2015 COBRE Internal Competition Information

Adamec develops plasma sampling technology

Adamec develops plasma sampling technology

UNL scientist Jiri Adamec is refining nationally recognized plasma-extraction technology to develop a cost-effective method to prescreen for diseases in parts of the world without ready access to blood testing. MORE ...

Social networks becoming more diverse

Social networks becoming more diverse

Birds of a feather flock together: It's an old saying that is true in many ways. But as the U.S. population becomes more diverse, those we count as our closest friends and confidants are changing as well, a new UNL study shows. MORE ...

UNL, UNMC earn $1.4m for robotics project

UNL, UNMC earn $1.4m for robotics project

A research team from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and UNL has received a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Army to continue work on robotic telesurgery research. MORE ...

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Deb Hamernik is the new interim head of Research Compliance Services, in addition to her role with the Agricultural Research Division. We're excited to welcome Deb back to the ORED team! http://go.unl.edu/2r4c


UNL physics professor Aaron Dominguez gives local media a tour of his lab. Through 2019, Dominguez and colleagues will lead a project to upgrade the Compact Muon Solenoid particle detector, which has been instrumental in unlocking fundamental clues about the nature of the universe.


Join us at 1:30 p.m. in 151 Jorgensen Hall to celebrate a $11.5 million research collaboration to improve the world's largest atom smasher. http://go.unl.edu/ijyx


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