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Recent News

UNL team models new atomic structures of gold nanoparticle

April 24th

They may deal in gold, atomic staples and electron volts rather than cement, support beams and kilowatt-hours, but chemists have drafted new nanoscale blueprints for low-energy structures capable of housing pharmaceuticals and oxygen atoms. Led by U. . .

Drone use for environmental monitoring studied in Great Plains Research

April 23rd

Natural resource managers may soon have a new tool to use in monitoring the river habitats of endangered and threatened wildlife species: drones. A team of scientists found that small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) equipped with a digital camera ca. . .

Tony-winning 'Gentleman's Guide' coming to Lied for six-show run

April 23rd

The 2014 Tony Award winner for best musical, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," will launch its first national tour in September, including a six-show run at the Lied Center for Performing Arts from Oct. 29 to Nov. 1. The tour route includes st. . .

Soil moisture detector helps protect endangered South African forest

April 22nd

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher's high-tech soil moisture detector is being put to the test in the wild. Hydrogeophysicist Trenton Franz is applying technology developed for precision agriculture to help protect an endangered native fores. . .

UNL's Maggie Dawson earns Boren award to study in Mozambique

April 22nd

Maggie Dawson believes in the importance of nutrition -- not only to individuals, but to countries. Acting on this premise, the senior nutrition and health sciences major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Honors Program student applied for a. . .

Native American art exhibit to open April 28 at Great Plains Art Museum

April 22nd

Inspired by the "Standing Bear and the Trail Ahead" 2015 Great Plains Symposium, the Great Plains Art Museum will feature different forms of artistic expression found in Native American artworks from the museum's permanent collection. The exhibition. . .

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