2013-2014 Research Report

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Shrinking Synchrotron X-rays Expands Potential

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New Research Center Targets Obesity at Molecular Level

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Monitoring the Planet’s Air

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Understanding Postpartum Depression

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Fostering Early Math Learning

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Innovative Approach to HIV Vaccine Promising

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Digging Out: Managing Disaster Debris

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Better Drought Forecasting Tools for Africa

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UNL Leads Supercollider Component Upgrade

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Nebraska Innovation Campus Welcomes First Tenants

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Water-slurping Drones Have Broad Potential

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Slowing Traffic Increases Protection

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Solar cell material holds potential

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UNL engineers developing wind turbine monitors

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NASA project includes UNL drought researchers

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UNL drillers help make new discoveries in Antarctica

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Using a hot-water drill and an underwater robotic vehicle designed, built and operated by a UNL engineering team, scientists have made new discoveries about Antarctica's geology and biology. MORE ...

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