Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
Scientists studying air pollution use powerful computer models to simulate how various types of pollution spread in the atmosphere.
In order to control invasive species, we need to understand how their populations grow and spread.
Adsorbent or catalytic materials called zeolites are used in the chemical and petrochemical industries to separate individual molecules based on size and shape.
Maintaining the health of urban waterways is an ongoing battle. Urban areas, due to their high population densities, have a number of challenges in maintaining clean water.
MSI held the eighth annual Research Exhibition on April 25, 2017.
Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses that can cause illness in humans, other mammals, and birds. They use cell surface receptors to attach themselves to host cells.
Late blight is a serious crop disease that affects potatoes and costs the potato industry billions of dollars annually.
Natural gas often contains contaminants. “Sour” gas is natural gas that contains a significant amount of hydrogen sulfide, H2S.
The relationship between vegetation productivity and species richness has been under investigation by ecologists for many years.