THE NEW FORTY The other team...
Let me say at the outset that I am thrilled at the success NDSU's football program has enjoyed in recent years. The Bison are number one - squared. And frankly, the odds are quite good that their numb... Posted on 9/29/13 at 9:01 PM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES So You're Moving to BoomTown, USA... Now What?
You hear about oilfield boomtowns everywhere in the media, some outlets even going so far as to compare them to a modern-day Wild West. The thought of actually moving to one of these towns can be daun... Posted on 3/4/13 at 12:42 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN DNR plans aerial deer, elk surveys in northwest Minnesota
This past weekends blizzard should be good news for wildlife crews from the Department of Natural Resources, who are planning to conduct helicopter deer surveys in parts of northwest Minnesota and els... Posted on 1/14/13 at 10:42 AM
The three UND students took a gulp of fresh air Wednesday as they left the long, windowless tube that has served as home for the past 10 days. Like astronauts returning to Earth, they savored things like blue sky and the ability to walk around unencumbered by a 25-pound canvas suit.
Two years ago, North Dakota State University opened a beef cattle research facility unlike any other at a U.S. university.
Since then, NDSU’s Beef Cattle Research Complex has helped raise awareness of beef cattle research and education in North Dakota to a national and international level.
Hold your nose and don't spit out your coffee: Doctors have found a way to put healthy people's poop into pills that can cure serious gut infections — a less yucky way to do "fecal transplants." Canadian researchers tried this on 27 patients and cured them all after strong antibiotics failed to help.
Three years after state and federal officials first released thousands of tiny stingless wasps on an island in the Mississippi River to combat the destructive emerald ash borer, researchers are using a new technique to measure the effectiveness of the wasps.
On a cool, September Monday morning, volunteers at the West Central Research and Outreach Center were out in the garden picking strawberries. After being counted, weighed and tested, those strawberries made their way to the cafeteria at Morris Area Elementary School, where students enjoyed fresh, organic, locally produced fruits with their lunch.
Six researchers have spent the past four months living in a small dome on a barren Hawaii lava field at 8,000 feet, trying to figure out what foods astronauts might eat on Mars and during deep-space missions.
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