Craig Allen, Roch Gaussoin, Kristen Olson and James Takacs were named American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows in 2020. Fellows are selected by their peers for scientifically or socially distinguished achievements that advance science orits application. • Allen, professor of natural resources, was honored for contributions to resilience theory and its application to… Continue reading Accolades

Construction Projects Enhance Research and Learning

Despite the pandemic, Nebraska’s plans for major capital improvements haven’t wavered. The Gnotobiotic Mouse Facility – the nation’s first to be associated with a university food science department – was completed in late 2020. Construction is underway on facilities for engineering, speech-language pathology, and education and human sciences. When completed, these investments will enhance student… Continue reading Construction Projects Enhance Research and Learning

Five Huskers Earn CAREER Awards

With support from the National Science Foundation’s Faculty EarlyCareer Development Program, Nebraska researchers are unlockingRNA’s mysteries, advancing commutative algebra, improving drone performance, revolutionizing nanomaterials and studying magma’s composition. In 2021, five outstanding pre-tenure faculty members earned these prestigious awards, totaling $3.2 million. Background photo by Volodymyr Tverdokhlib/Shutterstock. Unraveling RNA’s Secrets Despite RNA’s starring role in… Continue reading Five Huskers Earn CAREER Awards