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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Benson's startup is latest Nebraska Innovation Campus partner

Benson's startup is latest Nebraska Innovation Campus partner

Metagenome Analytics LLC, a startup bioinformatics company led by UNL food science professor Andrew Benson, is the latest partner to be announced at Nebraska Innovation Campus. MORE ...

Researchers build, morph chemical patterns on stretchable surfaces

Researchers build, morph chemical patterns on stretchable surfaces

With just a slight stretch of the imagination -- and some elastic material -- UNL researchers have shown how to fabricate microscopic chemical patterns whose adaptability could extend from the physical to the functional. MORE ...

Weller named State Museum director

Weller named State Museum director

Susan J. Weller, executive director and curator at the J.F. Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota, has been named director of the University of Nebraska State Museum of Natural History. MORE ...

Study: High uranium levels in 2 major aquifers

Study: High uranium levels in 2 major aquifers

Nearly 2 million people throughout the Great Plains and California live above aquifer sites contaminated with natural uranium that is mobilized by human-contributed nitrate, according to a study from UNL. MORE ...

UNL study: Driver's ed significantly improves safety

UNL study: Driver's ed significantly improves safety

A new UNL study that followed more than 150,000 teen drivers over eight years has found that driver's education significantly reduces crashes and traffic violations among new drivers. MORE ...

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