Today@UNL | Talks focus on STEM disciplines; Schubert named fellow

Research led by UNL's Ken Cassman (pictured) and Patricio Grassini shows that irrigated corn grown in Nebraska is highly efficient in the use of energy, water and fertilizer.
Research led by UNL's Ken Cassman (pictured) and Patricio Grassini shows that irrigated corn grown in Nebraska is highly efficient in the use of energy, water and fertilizer.

Research shows benefits of irrigated corn offset energy costs

Research led by UNL's Ken Cassman and Patricio Grassini shows that irrigated corn grown in Nebraska is highly efficient in the use of energy, water and fertilizer. The data was published in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Continue reading…

Mathias Schubert
Mathias Schubert

Schubert named fellow in physics organization

Mathias Schubert, associate professor of electrical engineering, has been elected a fellow of the American Physical Society. Election to the fellowship is limited to no more than one-half of 1 percent of the society’s membership. Schubert was cited by the APS council at its November meeting. Continue reading…

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