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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH

Surface Water and Ocean Topography, which launched Dec. 16, is studying all water on Earth, including the Great Lakes.
The union represents about 1,500 custodians, cooks, groundskeepers and other service workers at the five campuses, including the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Female fishers didn't nest in them, but they used the boxes that seemed to be a curiosity to some wildlife.
In July, edible cannabis products became legal in the state, but the legislation that opened up that door had minimal regulation and no taxation requirements.

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The University of Minnesota Board of Regents voted 9-2 despite allegations of impropriety, or at least the appearance of it.
The EPA-funded project could help protect water quality and steer fisheries management.
The robots can remember faces and names, use health data from sensors that patients can wear, they can even sense facial cues to react in ways that could help those who become agitated or confused as the daylight wanes.
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University of Minnesota Duluth researchers found cooler water and higher stream flows with beaver dams in place.
The early reveal on World Water Day found many living creatures.
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The Natural Resources Research Institute is researching best use of eDNA to detect zebra mussels and other invaders in Minnesota lakes.

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Katelyn France is in the running to win $100,000 from the Collegiate Inventors Competition for her MAQR bracelets — medical bracelets that link to emergency information when the QR code is scanned with a smartphone.
Frances Thompson played and taught piano for decades in Duluth, where she broke barriers in education. She was 84 when she died last year of natural causes.
Joe Mattson, a graduate of Duluth Central High School in 2009 and University of Minnesota Duluth in 2013, has helped with the production of several scientific advancements combatting the coronavirus — including a coating that allows vaccine vials to be filled more quickly and an antimicrobial paint that kills the COVID-19 virus.

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