Agronomy and Horticulture

  Dennis McCallister (from left), Richard Busse, Regent Paul Kenney, Chancellor Ronnie Green and President Hank Bounds present Marlene Busse (center) with the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Kudos Award. Greg Nathan | University Communication
Dennis McCallister (from left), Richard Busse, Regent Paul Kenney, Chancellor Ronnie Green and President Hank Bounds present Marlene Busse (center) with the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Kudos Award. Greg Nathan | University Communication

Busse receives Board of Regents Kudos Award

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents presented Marlene Busse, administrative support associate for Student Services in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, with a Kudos Award June 1. Continue reading…

More details at: http://agronomy.unl.edu/news/busse-receives-board-regents-kudos-award
Amit Jhala (left) and Debalin Sarangi (right) along with other scientists detected pollen-mediated gene flow from glyphosate-resistant common waterhemp in Nebraska.
Amit Jhala (left) and Debalin Sarangi (right) along with other scientists detected pollen-mediated gene flow from glyphosate-resistant common waterhemp in Nebraska.

New research quantifies the dispersal of Glyphosate resistance trait through pollen-mediated gene flow

New multidisciplinary research from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln quantifies the dispersal of the Glyphosate resistance trait through pollen-mediated gene flow in the most problematic weed in Nebraska. The research was highlighted in a paper recently published in Nature Scientific Reports. Continue reading…

More details at: http://ianrnews.unl.edu/new-research-quantifies-dispersal-glyphosate-resistance-trait-through-pollen-mediated-gene-flow
The Soil Judging Team from University of Nebraska-Lincoln competes at nationals April 23 to 28, 2017, in DeKalb, Illinois. | Photo courtesy Rebecca Young
The Soil Judging Team from University of Nebraska-Lincoln competes at nationals April 23 to 28, 2017, in DeKalb, Illinois. | Photo courtesy Rebecca Young

Soil Judging Team meets tough competition at nationals

Four days of practice, two days of competition, 24 teams and 93 competitors. Competition for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Soil Judging Team was fierce at the 2017 National Collegiate contest in late April in DeKalb, Illinois. Continue reading…

Mary Bomberger Brown (right) discusses Piping Plover habitat with students (left) Peyton Burt and Jessica Tramp at Lake McConaughy. | University Communications file photo
Mary Bomberger Brown (right) discusses Piping Plover habitat with students (left) Peyton Burt and Jessica Tramp at Lake McConaughy. | University Communications file photo

University is institutional partner with Association for Women in Science

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has established an institutional membership with the Association for Women in Science, the United States’ largest multi-disciplinary organization for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. SNR played a key role in the university's decision. Continue reading…

More details at: http://news.unl.edu
Originally published June 14, 2017 - Submit an Item