Meet the CBS faculty and students responsible for many 'firsts' in the field of biology and at the University of Minnesota.
Nobel Prize winner for discovering how ATP synthase produces ATP.
Inventor of density gradient centrifugation.
Founding dean of the college.
First woman at the University of Minnesota elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Acid rain and nuclear fallout research.
1995 Nobel Prize for Medicine.
Discovered how energy moves through an ecosystem, which launched the field of ecosystem science.
Nuclear transplantation and cloning.
Leading scholar on the African lion.
Pioneering ecologist known for research on controlled burns and climate change.
First woman scientist at the University of Minnesota.
Credited with scientifically establishing the value of biodiversity in Earth’s ecosystems.
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