Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
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.
Effective and stable catalysts are important to a wide variety of processes important to research and industry.
Conservationists seeking to increase in the panda population must understand issues related to genetic diversity.
Wheat leaf rust is a fungus (Puccinia triticina) that attacks wheat and other cereal crops. It is common and destructive, affecting crops throughout the world.
The influenza A virus (IAV), which causes flu, is extremely common, and affects humans, birds, and pigs.
Scientists are interested in being able to study individual molecules in order to determine characteristics that might not be evident when studying en masse.
Investigations into the gut microbiome continue to reveal how the collections of microorganisms in the digestive system affect human health.
On Tuesday, April 26, MSI held the seventh annual MSI Research Exhibition. MSI researchers presented posters of their work using MSI.