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Civil Engineering
Bartelt-Hunt searching sewage for COVID-19
September 25, 2020

Nebraska researchers are testing the feasibility of using wastewater testing for surveillance of SARS-CoV-2.

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History
NIC hosts drive-in screening of Le Sueur documentary Sept. 30
September 22, 2020

“The Art of Dissent,” a feature documentary film by historian James Le Sueur, explores the role of artistic activism during Czechoslovakia’s communist takeover and nonviolent transition from communist power. It will be screened as a free drive-in film at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 30 at Nebraska Innovation Campus, 2021 Transformation Drive, in the northwest corner of […]

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College of Law
University launches innovative center to study how technology is governed
September 22, 2020

A new center focused on the changing relationship between law and technology and its effects on society is launching its first initiatives at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln this semester.

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Plant Pathology
Team IDs compound, gene essential to fungal infiltration of rice plant
September 21, 2020

New insights from Nebraska researchers could result in better ways to combat rice blast fungus, which spoils up to 30 percent of the crop’s yields a year.

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$92M contract to expand NU’s national defense research
September 16, 2020

The University of Nebraska’s National Strategic Research Institute has been awarded a new five-year, $92 million contract through U.S. Strategic Command. The grant allows the institute to continue research into national security and defense.

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Nebraska researchers studying COVID-19 impacts on older minority adults
September 16, 2020

University of Nebraska–Lincoln researchers are closely examining the social, health and mortality effects of COVID-19 among older marginalized populations.

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New mineral, priscillagrewite,’ named in honor of renowned Husker geologist
September 16, 2020

Professor emeritus Priscilla Grew is the namesake of a new mineral.

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Nebraska team wins grant to advance irrigation in six African nations
September 11, 2020

An interdisciplinary University of Nebraska team led by the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute has received a three-year, $1 million grant from the International Fund for Agricultural Development to advance access and education around smallholder farmer irrigation in Africa.

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Team detects antibiotics in Nebraska watersheds
September 8, 2020

A multi-campus collaboration among University of Nebraska system faculty, including four Husker researchers, has discovered antibiotics used in human treatment in two Nebraska agricultural water systems.

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Buffer could limit environmental spread of antibiotic resistance
September 7, 2020

A Nebraska research team has determined the ideal minimum distance between a manure slurry-covered field and surface water to prevent runoff of antibiotics and antibiotic-resistance genes.

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