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2014

Molecular biology: Genetic touch-ups
Nature | October 16, 2014

Campus fungal research mushrooming
MN Daily | October 15, 2014

Decaying buildings hinder research, teaching
MN Daily  | October 8, 2014

If the world started over, would life evolve the same way?
Wired | October 3, 2014

U scoops biochem researcher from across the pond
MN Daily | October 2, 2014

Ecology professor wins int'l award for his world-renowned research
MN Daily  | September 22, 2014

Chimps may look cute, but controversial new study says they're natural-born killers
Huffington Post | September 19, 2014

CBS plans to bolster its avant-garde cluster research culture
MN Daily | September 18, 2014

Humans not guilty in shaping chimpanzee, bonobo behavior
PhysOrg | September 18, 2014

Chimpanzees are natural born killers, study says, and they prefer mob violence
The Washington Post | September 18, 2014

Killing comes naturally to chimps, scientists say
NPR | September 18, 2014

Why do chimps kill each other?
Science | September 17, 2014

Lethal violoence in chimps occurs naturally, study suggests
New York Times | September 17, 2014

Monkey see, monkey kill: The evolutionary roots of lethal combat
Los Angeles Times | September 17, 2014

Chimp-on-chimp violence: A study in the roots of brutality
USA Today | September 17, 2014

Killer chimps reveal why violence persists
Discovery | September 17, 2014

Extinct pigeon's wild, strange trip might not be over
Pioneer Press | August 31, 2014

Collisions with glass kill birds, but what does it do to bird populations?
Star Tribune | August 19, 2014

U of M researcher talks about possible cancer study breakthrough
ABC  | August 7, 2014

U of M researcher helps solve cancer mystery
Kare 11 | August 7, 2014

U of M professor discovers he has a mountain named after him
KSTP | July 17, 2014

At 81, professor still pioneers research
MN Daily | July 16, 2014

Cancer researchers seek more funding
MN Daily | July 9, 2014

The new thinking on microbes
Star Tribune | June 18, 2014

Microbes: Forget good and bad, but don't forget that they vastly outnumber us
Los Angeles Times | June 13, 2014

Winter road salt is wreaking havoc on summer butterflies
Red Orbit | June 15, 2014

Butterflies near salted roads grow larger eyes and muscles
New Scientist | June 10, 2014

Salting icy roads bad for butterflies – study
3 News, New Zealand | June 10, 2014

Le salage des routes en hiver écourte la vie des papillions
Le Devoir | June 10, 2014

Animali: Esposizione sale antigelo fa bene alle farfalle
Agenzia italia |  June 10, 2014

Leben am Straßenrand: Streusalz vergrößert hirn und muskeln von schmetterlingen
Spiegel Online | June 10, 2014

Le salage des routes toxique pour les papillons
Enviro2B | June 10, 2014

Schmetterlinge profitieren von Streusalz: Hirn und muskeln wachsen
ShortNews | June 10, 2014

U of M Biologist studies road salt’s effect on butterflies, other wildlife
WCCO | June 9, 2014

Les papillons souffrent du salage des routes en hiver
France TV  | June 9, 2014

Sol sypana na drogi wplywa na rozwoj motyli
Money.pl | June 9, 2014

Road salt creating beefier butterflies
National Geographic | June 9, 2014

Road salt makes male butterflies brawnier, females brainier
Los Angeles Times  | June 9, 2014

Study investigates impact of road salt on butterfly development
PhysOrg | June 9, 2014

U of M researcher investigates impact of road salt on butterflies
Science Codex | June 9, 2014

Road salt alters butterflies growth
MSN UK | June 9, 2014

Active learning classrooms break the mold
Here & Now | May 8, 2014

MN Daily | April 10, 2014

MN Daily | March 26, 2014

CBS research program targets transfers
MN Daily | March 6, 2014

Weird purple frog seduces females from underground
National Georgraphic | February 19, 2014

Paleofantasy, silent crickets, and Marlene Zuk
Wired | January 31, 2014

When will medical marijuana be legal in Minnesota
City Pages | January 29, 2014

The paleo diet: Can it really be good for you?
The Telegraph | January 29, 2014

2013

UMN professor probes the science of blue jay betrayal
Pioneer Press | December 11, 2013

The shocking sex secrets of insects
New York Times | November 30, 2013

Minn. celebrity hunter under fire after killing lion
Kare 11 | November 21, 2013

Dallas Zoo exhibits male lions for first time since one of them killed lioness
Dallas News | November 20, 2013

Fenced-in lions divide wildlife conservationalists
Scientific American | November 20, 2013

Fences divide lion conservationalists
Nature | November 19, 2013

Alga takes first evolutionary leap to multicellularity
New Scientist | November 14, 2013

Fewer students seek advanced degrees at U of M
Star Tribune | November 12, 2013

It's in the genes
The Scientist | October 24, 2013

After shutdown, research stalled
MN Daily | October 21, 2013

Researchers suggest complex relationship between phosphorus levels and nitrogen removal in lakes
Environmental Research Web | October 15, 2013

Algae fixes may trigger more lake pollution, study says
Pioneer Press | October 11, 2013

Panic in bloom
Minneapolis/St. Paul  | October 10, 2013

Algae fixes may trigger more lake pollution
MPR | October 10, 2013

Are humans inadvertently helping make animals smarter?
AlterNet | October 10, 2013

Isabella Rossellini's Mammas
Studio 360 | October 10, 2013

Real Paleos know the whole lifestyle
Financial Times of London | October 7, 2013

U research predicts overfishing threats
MN Daily | October 3, 2013

Students jump on new minor
MN Daily | September 23, 2013

Early-warning system to prevent fishery collapse
Science Daily | September 16, 2013

U of M researchers discover early-warning system to prevent fishery collapse
Science Codex | September 16, 2013

New hires bring new expertise to CBS
MN Daily | September 11, 2013

U develops research plan
MN Daily | September 9, 2013

U weighs new college
MN Daily | September 5, 2013

UMN considers merging colleges of ag and biological sciences
MPR | September 4, 2013

Dean steps down; U considers merging two colleges
Star Tribune  | September 4, 2013

Frogs inform hearing aid research
MN Daily | September 3, 2013

Are we causing animals to grow bigger brains?
Discovery News | August 23, 2013

As humans change landscape, brains of some animals change, too
New York Times | August 22, 2013

How city living is reshaping the brains and behavior of urban animals
Wired | August 22, 2013

Female frogs prefer males who can multitask
EarthSky | August 19, 2013

It's time to address Minnesota's 'innovation deficit'
MinnPost | August 14, 2013

University of Minnesota researcher ask, "Can pennycress save the world?"
Twin Cities Daily Planet | August 13, 2013

Animals to Hollywood: Get it right
Los Angeles Times | August 10, 2013

Prof learns capital is key to develop technology
Star Tribune | August 3, 2013

The short happy life of a Serengeti lion
National Geographic | August, 2013

Living with lions
National Geographic | August, 2013

Will fences save Africa's lion king
NBC News | July 30, 2013

Tackling fracking
UMNews | July 26, 2013

Shared planet: Professor Craig Packer
BBC Radio 4 | July 22, 2013

New book counters the cave man craze
Star Tribune | July 21, 2013

Human Exceptionalism
Wall Street Journal | July 19, 2013

Antiviral enzyme behind several cancers identified
Post | July 16, 2013

Researchers find that antiviral enzyme contributes to several forms of cancer
Medical News Today | July 16, 2013

Researchers find that antiviral enzyme contributes to several forms of cancer
MediLexicon | July 16, 2013

Genomic data analyses implicate immune proteins in mutagenesis across multiple cancers
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | July 15

Antiviral enzyme behind several forms of cancer identified
Times of India | July 15, 2013

Antiviral enzyme contributes to several forms of cancer
World Pharma News | July 15, 2013

Antiviral enzyme behind several forms of cancer indentified
Business Standard  | July 15, 2013

Antivirial enzyme contributes to several forms of cancer, University of Minnesota researchers say
Science Codex | July 14, 2013

U research ties enzyme to cancer-causing DNA mutations
MPR News | July 14, 2013

'U' researchers pinpoint enzyme that leads to several cancers
WCCO | July 14, 2013

Antiviral enzyme contributes to several forms of cancer
Medical Press | July 14, 2013

Paleo diet is half-baked
Salon | June 9, 2013

Are humans intrinsically violent?
Access Minnesota | July 7, 2013

Canned lion hunting: A necessary evil?
Eye Witness News | June 3, 2013

For cicadas and a researcher who studies them, it's all about sex
MPR News | May 28, 2013

The social behavior of chimps and other primates, and what it tells us about ourselves
WTIP | May 20, 2013

Ecologist nets top honor
UMNews | May 14, 2013

Electrifying potential
UMNews | May 6, 2013

Paleofantasy: What evolution really tells us about sex, diet, and how we live
Science News | May 3, 2013

U professor appointed to National Academy of Sciences
MPR | May 2, 2013

Your paleofads are paleo-B.S.
PopSci | May 2, 2013

Evolution in medical school: Do we need more of it?
Boston.com | April 29, 2013

Evolutionary biologist says cave-man diet is flawed
Japan Times | April 29, 2013

Good fences make safe lions
Los Angeles Times | April 25, 2013

Paleofantasy: What evolution really tells us about sex, diet, and how we live by Marlene Zuk - review
The Guardian | April 24, 2013

April 27: Paleo-fantasy
cbcradio | April 24, 2013

Paleo diet is difficult to perfect: Marlene Zuk: Evolutionary biology and author says so
KpopStarz | April 24, 2013

Gir saturated, transfer a lifeline
The Times of India | April 22, 2013

The paleo diet delusion: Paleofantasy's Marlene Zuk on evolutionary and dietary myths
Reason.com | April 22, 2013

University Imaging Centers peers into the future
Research UMN | April 19, 2013

Bugging out on insect music
Wall Street Journal | April 16, 2013

Size indeed matters, suggests male attractiveness study
USA Today | April 8, 2013

Unversity centers cash in on outsourcing services
MN Daily | April 8, 2013

The paleo diet is a paleo fantasy
Slate | April 7, 2013

Paleo author reviews anti-paleo book
Boing Boing | April 3, 2013

Stop trying to live like a caveman
Smithsonian | April 1, 2013

Unthinkable... until now
Minnesota Magazine | Spring 2013

Three University of Minnesota students named Barry M. Goldwater Scholars
UMNews | March 29, 2013

University of Minnesota professor studies ways to clean and recycle fracking's wastewater
Daily Planet | March 26, 2013

To save the king of the jungle, a call to pen him in
New York Times | March 26, 2013

Paleofantasy: Scholar grills meat-eater theory
The Columbus Dispatch | March 24, 2013

Similarities seen between Tanzania lion debate, Minn. wolf hunt
KSTP | March 20, 2013

Biotechnology Resource Center scales up innovations
Business UMN | March 19, 2013

Paleofantasy: What evolution really tells us about sex, diet, and how we live by Marlene Zuk: Review
Toronto Star | March 15, 2013

You aren't what they ate
Wall Street Journal | March 15, 2013

Evolutionary biology: Twisting the tale of human evolution
Nature | March 14, 2013

"Paleofantasy": Stone Age delusions
Salon | March 10, 2013

Mummies show signs of heart diesease
USA Today | March 10, 2013

California death prompts questions about lion attacks
National Geographic | March 8, 2013

World's leading lion researcher calls for a 'Marshall Plan' for African wildlife
PhysOrg | March 8, 2013

'Paleofantasy': Why this biologist thinks the 'caveman' health fad is unevolved
The Globe and Mail | March 8, 2013

'Marshall Plan' for African wildlife?
Science Daily | March 7, 2013

Dollars and fence key to saving lions
ABC Science | March 7, 2013

Half of Africa's lions could be gone in 40 years, conservationists warn
NBC News | March 6, 2013

Fences may be only hope for Africa's lions
UPI | March 6, 2013

Lions face extinction, half likely gone within 40 years
Red Orbit | March 6, 2013

Fencing off wild lions from humans 'could save them'
BBC News | March 6, 2013

Want to save lions? Fence them in
Science | March 6, 2013

From whisker spots to paradigm shifts: How to save the lions
Scientific American | March 5, 2013

Evolution, sex, and finding your inner grok: An interview with Marlene Zuk
Los Angeles Review of Books | February 26, 2013

Misguided nostalgia for our paleo past
Chronical of Higher Education | February 18, 2013

At snapshot Serengeti, classifying Africa's animals
Newsweek | February 12, 2013

New discovery: Breast cancer enzyme causes mutations
About.com | February 11, 2013

APOBEC3B enzyme plays a key role in breast cancer
News Medical | February 10, 2013

Masonic Cancer Center researchers discover enzyme behind breast cancer mutations
Health Talk | February 8, 2013

Discovery could create new early-detection breast cancer strategy
My Fox Atlanta | February 8, 2013

'DNA editing' enzyme could fuel breast cancer
Cancer Research UK | February 8, 2013

Researchers find enzyme that prompts breast cancer
Top News New Zealand | February 8, 2013

Enzyme could be key to breast cancer
Fox News Radio | February 7, 2013

Breast gene discovery could transform treatment
Newsmax Health | February 7, 2013

Key influencer in breast cancer discovered
Science World Report | February 7, 2013

U enzyme discovery could lead to breast cancer cure
MN Daily | February 7, 2013

U of M discovery may help prevent breast cancer
KSTP  | February 7, 2013

Scientists reveal the enzyme responsible for the mutations that cause breast cancer
Doctor Tipster | February 7, 2013

Main culprit behind breast cancers discovered
ANI News | February 7, 2013

U find could be key to cancer
Austin Daily Herald | February 7, 2013

U of M researchers make breast cancer discovery
KTTC | February 7, 2013

Major breast cancer breakthrough
KAAL | February 6, 2013

Blood test to detect cancer
KMSP | February 6, 2013

Breast cancer: Enzyme discovery could create new early-detection strategy
KMSP | February 6, 2013

U of M research 'identifies' a cause of breast cancer
WCCO | February 6, 2013

U find could be key to cancer
Star Tribune | February 6, 2013

Enzyme behind breast cancer mutations identified
ScienceDaily | February 6, 2013

Breast cancer DNA mutator found
UMNews | February 5, 2013

A*STAR scientists solve century-old mystery by finding stable haploid strains of Candida albicans
Science Codex | February 1, 2013

How evolution has shaped C. albicans could provide insights into preventing and treating infections
Medical News Today | February 1, 2013

Human-directed evolution in petri dish creates artificial proto enzyme
Science World Report | February 1, 2013

First artificial enzyme created by evolution in a test tube
Kurzweil | February 1, 2013

Discovery of sexual mating in Candida albicans could provide insights into infections
Press-News | January 31, 2013

University researcher creates first artificial enzyme
MN Daily | January 31, 2013

Controlled evolution in a test tube produces artificial enzymes
PopSci | January 31, 2013

Researchers unveil first artificial enzyme created by evolution in a test tube
Scicasts | January 31, 2013

Controlled evolution in a test tube produces artificial enzymes
eScience News | January 31, 2013

Jurassic Park molecules?
UMNews | January 30, 2013

First artificial enzyme created by evolution in a test tube
ScienceDaily | January 30, 2013

Test tube evolution creates artificial enzyme with new structure in lab
Geekosystem | January 30, 2013

Discovery of sexual mating in candida albicans could provide insights into infections
Science Daily | January 30, 2013

Enzyme created in test tube displays new structure, function
PhysOrg | January 17, 2013

2012

MCTC, U forge science tie
Star Tribune | December 24, 2012

Breakthroughs of 2012
Science  | December 21, 2012

The tale of the TALEs
Science  | December 14, 2012

Millions of camera-trap images reveal Serengeti life
BBC Nature | December 13, 2012

Hunt for African wildlife from your computer
Smithsonian  | December 12, 2012

The best way to procrastinate in the zooniverse
Scientific American | December 12, 2012

'Citizen scientists' classify wildlife
MN Daily | December 12, 2012

Minn. researchers launch citizen science project "Snapshot Serengeti"
MPR News | December 12, 2012

A line or two: SciSpark
The Line | November 14, 2012

Is biology just another pink collar profession?
Chronicle of Higher Education | October 30,2 012

MCTC, University of Minnesota forge biotechnology partnership
Star Tribune | October 23, 2012

U of M scientist helped international team of scientists map barley genome
Star Tribune | October 18, 2012

University of Minnesota: Barley genome mapped by scientist
Pioneer Press | October 18, 2012

U of M scientist helps map barley genome
Post Bulletin | October 18, 2012

Scientists map the barley genome
Ag Professional | October 18, 2012

Cheers for barley genome
Discovery News | October 18, 2012

U of M scientist contributes to mapping of barley genome
Science Codex | October 17, 2012

Did lioness really befriend baby antelope in photographs?
Mother Nature Network | October 17, 2012

The future of agriculture may be up
Wall Street Journal  | October 15, 2012

New technologies advance livestock genomics for agricultural and biomedical uses
PhysOrg | October 1, 2012

New digs at Itasca
UMNews | September 25, 2012

The social lives of plants
UMNews | September 24, 2012

Mayo Researchers Develop Editing Toolkit for Customizing Zebrafish Genomes
Science Newsline | September 24, 2012

Custom gene editing rewrites zebrafish DNA
Nature | September 23, 2012

Itasca State Park: U of M biological station to undergo makeover
Park Rapids Enterprise | September 22, 2012

Itasca State Park: U of M biological station to undergo makeover
Bemidji Pioneer | September 22, 2012

Itasca breaks ground on renovation
MN Daily | September 21, 2012

Scientists use biotechnology to clean up fracking wastewater
Bioscience Technology | September 19, 2012

Clean fracking water with silica superbugs
Discovery News | September 19, 2012

U of M team using biotech to cut fracking impacts
WCCO | September 18, 2012

Minn. team using biotech to cut fracking impacts
CBSNews | September 18, 2012

U of M team using biotech to cut fracking impacts
KSTP | September 18, 2012

Minn. team using biotech to cut fracking impacts
Bloomberg Businessweek | September 18, 2012

U of M team using biotech to cut fracking impacts
NPR | September 18, 2012

U researchers get $600,000 to reduce hydro-fracking waste
Star Tribune | September 17, 2012

Good Question: Are Minnesota lakes getting warmer?
WCCO | August 9, 2012

Tale of two scientific fields - ecology and phylogenetics - offers new views of Earth's biodiversity
NSF | August 3, 2012

After 3 years, Itasca lands upgrade funding
MN Daily | August 1, 2012

Microbes in the Mississippi
UMNews | July 31, 2012

Midwest drought propels biofuel research
Daily Illini | July 29, 2012

'Darwinian Agriculture' explains how evolution can improve agriculture
Phys.Org | July 25, 2012

U of M researcher explores how nature and science can be applied to modern agriculture in 'Darwinian Agriculture'
UMNews | July 25, 2012

Danforth Center leads $12M DOE bioenergy study
GenomeWeb Daily News | July 19, 2012

The push to develop drought-resistant crops
Minnesota Public Radio, July 18, 2012

Ribbeting research
UMNews, July 11, 2012

This week in PNAS: Reshaping of the maize transcriptome by domestication
PNAS | July 3, 2012

Geckos' sticky toes inspire engineers
Cape Times | June 29, 2012

'Sticky' Gecko toepads could inspire better adhesive technologies
News Track India | June 28, 2012

'Sticky' gecko toepad secrets could inspire future robots to run up walls
BioScholar | June 28, 2012

The evolution of sticky feet
redOrbit | June 28, 2012

Geckos evolved sticky toe pads repeatedly
International Science Times | June 28, 2012

New U research traces evolutionary history of geckos’ sticky toepad
MNDaily | June 27, 2012

Geckos evolved sticky feet many times
Discover | June 27, 2012

Falling in love may take a lifetime of research
New York Times | June 25, 2012

Proposed U of M building at Lake Itasca would bring jobs, business
Bemidji Pioneer | March 10, 2012

Plant police drop botanical bombshell
Star Tribune,  March 7, 2012

Meet Jonathan Foley, 'climate pragmatist'
New York Times,  March 6, 2012

They know the drool
UMNews | January 30, 2012

Biologically best
UMNews | January 26, 2012

Making a difference: 'Overachiever' helps kids affected by cancer
CBS | January 19, 2012

His body of research
UMNews | January 18, 2012

Multicellular life evolves in laboratory
Wired | January 17, 2012

Yeast suggest speedy start for multicellular life
Nature | January 16, 2012

Test tube yeast evolve multicellularity
Scientific American | January 16, 2012

Mother of all mergers
UMNews | January 16, 2012

Yeast experiment hints at a faster evolution from single cells
New York Times | January 16, 2012

Evolving multicellularity
The Scientist  | January 16. 2012

How I became we, which became I again
Discover | January 16. 2012

Biologists replicate key evolutionary step in life on Earth
NSF | January 16, 2012

2011

Forget love, biological sex is a battlefield
Boing,Boing | November 17, 2011

A tailored pair of genes
UMNews | November 16, 2011

Q: Where would you not expect evolution to be controversial? A: The Galapagos
MPR | November 16, 2011

U of M researcher turns to 'crowdfunding'
KARE 11 | November 14, 2011

U of M researcher turns to 'crowdfunding'
MPR | November 14, 2011

U of M researcher turns to 'crowdfunding'
MSNBC | November 14, 2011

200 cameras are set to capture millions of lion images from Tanzania
MN Daily | November 11, 2011

A spitting image of health
Science News | November 10, 2011

CBS undergrads lend a hand with research
Minnesota Daily | November 10, 2011

Leopards in the Twillight Zone
Natural History | November 3, 2011

U honors feels strain of more STEM students
Minnesota Daily | October 25, 2011

Open source ecology takes root across the world
Science | October 21, 2011

Ordinary vikings come alive in East Bethel
ABC Newspapers | October 20, 2011

Undergrad enrollment gets a boost
Minnesota Daily | October 17, 2011

Deep thinking about the future of food
New York Times | October 13, 2011

Hope for a hungry planet
UMNews | October 12, 2011

Facing planetary enemy no. 1: Agriculture
NPR | October 12, 2011

U researcher offers ideas to feed the world without ruining the planet
Star Tribune | October 12, 2011

Biodiversity and Productivity
Science | September 23, 2011

Plant biodiversity theory debunked
Nature | September 22, 2011

Soudan Mine Researchers Seek Window to Past
Northland's News Center, August 11, 2011

Study: Chance favors wealth concentration
UPI, August 1, 2011

Full moon may signal rise in lion attacks
Scientific American, July 25, 2011

Lions attack more humans after a full moon
Huffington Post, July 25, 2011

Lions more likely to eat humans following full moon, African study shows
Herald Sun, July 22, 2011

Lions conjure up an appetite during full moon
Wanderlust, July 22, 2011

Moon wanes, Leo rises - lion attacks more common in week after full moon
Discover, July 22, 2011

Being male is high-maintenance
ScienceNews, July 22, 2011

Chance favors the concentration of wealth
RedOrbit, July 22, 2011

Chance favors the concentration of wealth
PsyPost, July 22, 2011

U of M study: Chance puts wealth in hands of a few
TC Business, July 22, 2011

Where lions like to attack after the full moon
The World, July 22, 2011

Are lions responsible for our fear of the dark
Anthrophysis, July 22, 2011

Lion attacks rise after full moon
Syndey Morning Herald, July 21, 2011

Study: Lions more likely to eat you after full moon
GantDaily, July 21, 2011

Why lions will eat you after a full moon
Newser, July 21, 2011

More about that lion study: The U's Craig Packer writes from Tanzania
Star Tribune, July 21, 2011

When lions attack
Salon, July 21, 2011

Man-eating lion danger and the full moon
USA Today, July 21, 2011

Forget vampires and zombies: man-eating lions attack after full moon
International Business Times, July 21, 2011

Late night snack: humans are most at risk of being eaten by lions just after a full moon
UK Daily Mail, July 21, 2011

One gene keeps Mickey from turning into Minnie
Discover, July 20, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in Pit Vipers may be defensive; marsupials that prey on venomous snakes also evolve rapidly
Science Daily, July 20, 2011

Man-eating lions attack by the dark of the moon
Science, July 20, 2011

A full moon warns of hungry lions, new study shows
Star Tribune, July 20, 2011

The lion eats tonight...
Science, July 20, 2011

Full moon fears may be well founded
UMNews, July 20, 2011

Maneaters most likely to strike after full moon
Gaurdian, July 20, 2011

When full moon wanes, lions attack humans
MSNBC, July 20, 2011

How to avoid becoming a lion's dinner
CBS News, July 20, 2011

Full moon tonight?  Lions won't bite
Star Tribune, July 20, 2011

Man eating lions attack by the dark of the moon
Science, July 20, 2011

Opossums drive viper venom evolution
Wild Mammal, July 20, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers
Darwiniana, July 20, 2011

Rapid evolution in venomous snakes, predators
California Science & Technology News, July 20, 2011

Opossumns influence evolution of snake venom
EarthSky, July 19, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in vipers may be defensive; Marsupials that prey on venomous snakes also evolve rapidly
Twitter.com/weityoutube, July 19, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
World News, July 19, 2011

A gene that prevents sex reversals
UMNews | July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
e! Science News, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
Tipspad, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
First Science, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
Crazy Chucks, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
ThunderFeeds, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
Feed my science, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
PhysOrg, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
Science News Daily, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
A Closer Look, July 18, 2011

Rapid venom evolution in pit vipers may be defensive
Science Newsline, July 18, 2011

Laboratory yeast artificially evolve into multicellular organisms
i09.com, June 26, 2011

Lab yeast make evolutionary jump to multicellularity
New Scientist, June 23, 2011

Multicellular life arises in a test tube
Science News, June 22, 2011

Birds' greatest urban predator: the city skyline
MPR, June 1, 2011

Discovery brings electricity from microbes closer
Cosmos, May 24, 2011

Nobel Prize winner to get honorary U of M degree
MinnPost, May 13, 2011

Saving creeks and lakes, one lawn at a time
Star Tribune, May 2, 2011

U researchers contribute to bid for more renewable energy
MPR News, April 3, 2011

U researchers looking at bacteria see new biofuels
MN Daily, March 30, 2011

Four University of Minnesota students named 2011 Barry M. Goldwater scholars
UMNews | March 30, 2011

Generating fuel from bacteria
Fox Business, March 29, 2011

U project inching closer to creating fuel from algae
MPR News, March 23, 2011

They see opportunity in algea
Star Tribune, March 19, 2011

Ancient water discovery in depts of Iron Range mine
CBS MN, February 17, 2011

Creationism 'alive and well' in Minnesota biology classes
MinnPost, February 9, 2011

On evolution, biology teachers stray from lesson plan
New York Times, February 7, 2011

Home and away: Are invasive plant species really that special?
National Science Foundation, February 1, 2011

Why is creationism still being taught in public high schools?
The Week, February 1, 2011

Biology teachers aren't teaching evolution: What should we do?
Atlantic Wire, January 31, 2011

13 percent of biology teachers back creationism
MSNBC, January 28, 2011

Why heart attacks hurt
UMNews, January 19, 2011

Above and beyond genes
UMNews, January 12, 2011

How much do you affect the ecosystem
Star Tribune, January 9, 2011

Biofuel grasslands for the birds
Discovery News, January 7, 2011

2010

Mutation advances set to flip biotech crop debate
NY Times, November 16, 2010

'U' plant scientists receive federal grants
CBS, November 11, 2010

3 U of M plant scientists receive federal grants
MPR, November 11, 2010

Yield increases, more wildlife in prairie biomass study
AgriNews, November 4, 2010

A big commitment for a cell
UMNews, November 2, 2010

Paris-based Cellectis opens shop in St. Paul
MPLS/St. Paul Business Journal, October 19, 2010

Cellectis Plant Sciences licenses plant transformation technology from midwest oilseeds
Centre Daily, October 19, 2010

French ag firm chooses St. Paul for U.S. base
Pioneer Press, October 18, 2010

10 big green ideas
Newsweek, October 18, 2010

How loss of hearing occurs with age
One India, October 15, 2010

Human meddling threatens rivers, human food chain: U.S. study
Montreal Gazette, October 14, 2010

Human meddling threatens rivers, human food chain: U.S. study
Vancouver Sun, October 14, 2010

A river ran through it
National Science Foundation, October 14, 2010

Short lectures, lots of interaction in U's new classrooms
Minnesota Public Radio, October 13, 2010

'Trophy lion' hunts unsustainable
BBC, September 13, 2010

'Hunting for conservation' backfires
Science, August 27, 2010

A look inside the U's newest building
Star Tribune, August 24, 2010

" target="_blank">Take a look at new 'U of M' science building
WCCO, August 24, 2010

Superstar building based on students
Star Tribune, August 24, 2010

Two recent U of M graduates launch start-up company, licensing U's atrazine treatment technology
MinnPost, July 30, 2010

U of M students create water filtration
KSTP TV, July 30, 2010

New product could remove common herbicide from drinking water
Minnesota Public Radio, July 29, 2010

U startup focused on atrazine tech
Finance and Commerce, July 29, 2010

U of M spinoff BioCee raises $357K
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, July 27, 2010

Universities hope to ban boring lectures
Minnesota Public Radio, July 15, 2010

U of M researchers wonder: In a tropical forest, why do some plants thrive and others become rare?
MinnPost, July 2, 2010

Although effort draws a shrug from some, Mayo and U of M experst thrilled by 'genetic revolution' gains
MinnPost, June 28, 2010

Tropical biodiversity is about the neighbours
Science Centric, June 26, 2010

Tropical biodiversity is about the neighbors
e!Science, June 25, 2010

Minnesota Ph.D. tracks lion movements in Tanzania
MinnPost, June 23, 2010

Chimpanzees will kill to conquer territory, study finds
LA Times, June 22, 2010

U report urges rethinking of fishing and hunting quotas
MinnPost, May 28, 2010

Biodiversity research yields an increase in energy
MinnPost, May 17, 2010

Setting time limits for hunting and fishing
Scientist Live, May 13, 2010

Neighbors get help to clean up Diamond Lake
Star Tribune, May 13, 2010

Setting time limits for hunting and fishing may help maintain wildlife populations
PhysOrg, May 13, 2010

Setting time limits for hunting and fishing may help maintain wildlife populations
Science Daily, May 13, 2010

Ecologist: Have hunting time limits, not quotas
WCCO, May 13, 2010

Poisoned Waters director Hendrick Smith presented at the U of M St. Paul Student Center Tuesday
Twin Cities Water Examiner, April 29, 2010

Chimps clearly react to offsprings' deaths; are they grieving?
MinnPost, April 29, 2010

Ecology prof wins global award
MN Daily, April 15, 2010

Universtiy of Minnesota's David Tilman wins Heineken prize
MinnPost, April 15, 2010

David Thomas: We see the good in LRT, but 'U' must protect its research
TwinCities.com, April 14, 2010

U of M professor wins prestigious science award
Minnesota PUblic Radio, April 14, 2010

U research focuses on electrons in the body
Minnpost, March 19, 2010

Bio breakthrough signals future sensors
Discovery News, March 19, 2010

Understanding Earth's geological age and evolution linked
Minnpost, March 18, 2010

How electricity moves through cells
Scientist Live, March 17, 2010

Hidden habits and movements of insect pests revealed by DNA barcoding
Science Centric, March 15, 2010

Students' perceptions of Earth's age incluence acceptance of human evolution
Science Centric, March 15, 2010

U.S. researchers discover how electricity moves through cells
CCTV-International, March 15, 2010

U.S. researchers discover how electricity moves through cells
People's Daily Online, March 13, 2010

How old do you think the Earth is?
Science and Religion Today, March 12, 2010

How electricity passes through cells
Softpedia, March 12, 2010

Earth's age shapes understanding of human evolution
Softpedia, March 11, 2010

Acceptance of human evoluation investigated
UPI, March 11, 2010

Following a tiny moth thousands of miles using 'DNA barcodes'
Minnpost, March 11, 2010

U of Minnesota researcher discovers how electricity moves through cells
Science Blog, March 11, 2010

Minnesota researches discover how electricity moves through cells
PhysOrg, March 11, 2010

DNA barcoding tracks small insects
UPI, March 10, 2010

Students' perceptions of Earth's age influence acceptance of human evolution, says study
PhysOrg, March 10, 2010

U study reveals evolutionary traits
MN Daily, March 9, 2010

Technology commercialization: from research to revenue
MN Daily, February 16, 2010

House, Senate bonding bills include Itasca Park
Bemidji Pioneer, February 6, 2010

Geithner to scout Minnesotas green economy
Business Week, January 28, 2010

Researchers discover molecular security system that protects cells from potentially harmful DNA
Science Blog, January 10, 2010

'Security system' kills harmful DNA
Google News, January 10, 2010

The truth about lions
Smithsonian Magazine, January 2010