- Five things we learned about food safety
- Making plastic more sustainable
- Shining new light on trees and CO2
- Study: Pollinators play vital role in human nutrition
- Acara alum furnishes sustainable solutions to Uganda
IonE’s fall 2014 Mini Grant competition is now open. Students, staff and faculty from across the U of M system are encouraged to apply for up to $3,000 in funding for innovative, transdisciplinary projects that have an environmental connection. Grant proposals are due Oct. 26.
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Oct. 8: IonE resident fellow Patrick Hamilton, director of the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Global Change Initiatives, hosts a Frontiers in the Environment panel discussion on the Big Question: “How Might the Twin Cities Help Catalyze Needed Global Urban Innovations?”