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Apple Genetics

Insight into Northern Minnesota's Domesticated Apple
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Fish Finders: Research Discovers Siscowet Have Spectacular Vision

UMD is simulating the pitch-black hunting conditions of Lake Superior to learn more about how the siscowet feed.

Nectar Research Leads to Breakthrough

UMD's Clay Carter, associate professor in the Department of Biology, along with his graduate and undergraduate students, are studying the... more
civil engineering career fair

6th Annual Civil Engineering Career Fair

The 6th annual civil engineering career fair will be held on February 10. 2017

Marine Life at San Juan Island's Friday Harbor

Twenty UMD undergraduates recently visited the Friday Harbor Marine Laboratory on San Juan Island, Wash. to participate in the Field... more

Alumnus and Nobel Prize Recipient Brian Kobilka Returns to Campus

On September 13, UMD welcomes alumnus Brian Kobilka, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

The Forest of the Future

UMD and the Nature Conservancy set out to adapt trees in the Minnesota’s Northern forests
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The Skinny on Fat

Minnesota’s ground squirrels may hold the clues for a weight loss aid.
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Honor Goes to Swenson Civil Engineering Building

Swenson Civil Engineering building featured on cover of Chicago Architect magazine
Elijah Farley

Class of 2019 Commencement Speaker

On Saturday, May 11th, 2019, UMD Bulldogs received their diplomas and some words of advice from a fellow student that rang true for all... more