Research Leads to New Information About Bats and Insects

October 13, 2020

NRRI's five-year bat study leads to master's candidate unexpected new knowledge about bat guts and insects using eDNA.

Preserving a Hidden Past

September 24, 2020

Rare plants, endangered by climate change, survive in the cracks of Lake Superior rock.
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Investigating Invasive Species

November 12, 2019

Maya Enriquez receives the DOVE Fellowship for aquatic research.
Student Marking Turtle

Turtle Power!

July 3, 2018

Field work experience benefits students and turtles. NRRI researchers use radio telemetry and experimentation to help diminishing... more
Amber White and Loranzie Rogers

SCSE Students Receive Prestigious Fellowships

April 26, 2018

Bulldogs Amber White and Loranzie “LJ” Rogers have a big reason to be happy.
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Integrated Biosciences Symposium

February 8, 2018

A series of lectures are planned for Friday, February 23 on the UMD campus.
Neimi Bird Watching

Minnesota Launches First Breeding Bird Atlas Online

November 9, 2017

NRRI scientists and IBS Faculty member Gerald Neimi work with Audubon Minnesota to launch state's first breeding bird atlas in online and... more
Tree in forrest

Marten Habitat Research Informs Forest Planning

November 22, 2016

A need to nest in old tree cavities means the American marten has something to tell us about long-range forest planning.

Fishing for Results

March 17, 2016

UMD biology major Loranzie Rogers receives scholarship from the American Fisheries Society for his research.


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