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Project enhances Nebraska STEM access, understanding
June 17, 2019

Fourteen elementary teachers from 14 rural Nebraska high-needs schools are participating in a five-year program focused on developing educational leadership in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, known as STEM.

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Veterinary Science
Research aims to prevent resistance to staph infection treatment
June 14, 2019

Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium commonly found on the skin or noses of people and animals, even healthy ones. While this bacterium is a common cause of skin infections, it can invade other areas of the body and cause life-threatening infections.

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Biological Sciences
Any which way: Flies go all-in to overcome defect, reach adulthood
June 13, 2019

New research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has revealed how fruit fly larvae with a seemingly fatal flaw can survive and advance to adulthood.

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Nebraska Lectures
Bergt’s Nebraska Lecture to explore iconic campus landscapes
June 11, 2019

“Growing a Campus: Landscapes at the University of Nebraska,” is at 3:30 p.m. June 19 in the Love Library Auditorium. The presentation is part of the Nebraska Lectures: Chancellor’s Distinguished Speaker series, which has expanded to feature 12 talks celebrating the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s 150th anniversary.

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LPS educators ready to take History Harvest into classrooms
June 10, 2019

History Harvest was launched at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 2010 as a course held each year culminating in a community “harvest” where the public is invited to bring and share their historical artifacts to be documented, cataloged and digitally archived by undergraduate students. The idea has expanded to colleges and universities throughout the United States, but has not been used in a K-12 setting.

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Team creates buzz by showing how ‘quiet time’ benefits NICU babies
June 4, 2019

Nebraska Engineering research that shows quieter environments in neonatal intensive care units may result in better health outcomes for infants has been creating quite an unexpected buzz.

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Cover crop research team receives Nebraska Environmental Trust grant
June 3, 2019

Three University of Nebraska–Lincoln Department of Agronomy and Horticulture faculty have been awarded a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust to develop a decision-support tool for the successful incorporation of cover crops into Nebraska cropping systems.

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National marketing campaign highlights Nebraska research
May 31, 2019

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is undertaking a reputation marketing campaign aimed at highlighting areas of strength and boosting the university’s national stature.

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Five faculty earn named professorships
May 31, 2019

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has awarded professorships to Julia McQuillan, Jay Storz, Grace Bauer, Oleh Khalimonchuk and Kristi Montooth.

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Nebraska leads effort to develop hybrid wheat
May 30, 2019

With nearly $1 million in support from the USDA, a team of global researchers, led by Nebraska’s Stephen Baenziger, is trying to foster the development of hybrid wheat.

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