I recently had the opportunity to speak to the Red River Regional Council (one of eight regional planning councils in North Dakota) about how UND’s research and scholarly work relate to our state. I think many in the audience were surprised at how much goes on here at UND that is directly related to North Dakota and its people. Of course, much of our work also has impact beyond our borders (as it should), but it’s only natural that we work on things that are in our own backyard.Full Story»
Lisa Linrud’s poetry explores the rewards and struggles of rural America in an evolving agricultural industry.
UND’s Institute for Energy Studies wins a grant for research on new carbon dioxide capture technologies.
Internationally recognized petroleum engineer Dongmei Wang explores the potential of the Bakken formation.
In this issue of UND Discovery, we explore our own backyard and the myriad ways research right here makes a difference for our “land and its people.”
Brij Singh wins prestigious support to continue his research into calcium, one of the most important biochemical regulators in the human body.
Vasyl Tkach, associate professor of biology, and colleagues Jason Weckstein and John Bates of the Chicago Field Museum have received a $787,000 collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation “Biodiversity Survey and Inventory” program to study the biodiversity and evolution of birds and their parasites in the southern Brazilian Amazon jungles. These areas have the [...]
Three University of North Dakota undergraduates were recognized for their research accomplishments recently at the Ninth Annual American Indian Health Research Conference and North Dakota IDeA Network of Biomedical Research (INBRE) Annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research in Grand Forks. All three were recognized with the “Alan J. Allery Undergraduate American Indian Health Researcher of Promise” award.
Devils Lake in landlocked North Dakota poses special opportunities to measure impacts of rising waters.
Melissa Gjellstad’s Norwegian program offers much more than just language instruction.