Research brief: Minnesota’s invasive tansy spread impacted by land use

Researchers look into reasons behind spread of Tanacetum vulgare

Research brief: Lichen partnerships challenged by changes in the Northwoods

Researchers explore the impact of climate change on lichen.

Following up with Cedar Creek's fishers

Wildlife biologist Michael Joyce investigates the population dynamics and habitat use of a Minnesota predator belonging to the weasel family.

A good statistical model

An award-winning instructor guides undergraduates in seeing the world through a biostatistical lens.

To catch a dragonfly

Emily Schilling leads research on the migratory journey of the Canada darner.

Research brief: Exploring extremes in the search for life on Mars

CBS researchers study how the unique geochemical environment on Mars could shape life in the past or present.

What stem cells could teach us about schizophrenia

Stephanie Santarriaga utilizes emerging technologies to examine the cellular biology of mental illness.

A tipping point

The future of above-ground carbon hangs in the balance between two types of wood-rotting fungi.

The not-so-gentle bonobos

New research reveals the surprising role of aggression among a close human relative.

Rx for Earth’s Lakes

New study looks at freshwater threats through a human health lens.