The University of Nebraska, (UNL) was founded in 1869 as a Public Land Grant university in Lincoln, Nebraska. UNL has a full range of academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Today, UNL has approximately 23,000 students. Notable colleges at UNL include, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, College of Engineering, College of Law and College of Journalism and Mass Communications. UNL is ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a research-intensive university.

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Reusing failed bee colony resources may curb rearing of queens

As pollinators of flowers, trees and more than 50 crops, whereby they add an estimated $34 billion per year to the U.S. economy, honey bees offer value both ecological and economic—even before accounting for their signature ...

Why politics brings out the worst in us

Tap into any social media platform, turn on the television or cue up a podcast, and it is easy to find examples of hypocrisy or bad behavior in political discourse, and new research from University of Nebraska–Lincoln political ...

Wildlife smoke may curb movement, sociability of woodpeckers

Human-driven climate change has helped transform many forests into kindling: A 2016 study found that greenhouse-aided warming and drought had more than doubled the area of fire-susceptible forest in the western U.S. since ...

Study quantifies how aquifer depletion threatens crop yields

Three decades of data have informed a new Nebraska-led study that shows how the depletion of groundwater—the same that many farmers rely on for irrigation—can threaten food production amid drought and drier climes.

Spider's distribution differs by urban habitat

The concept of urbanization rests on the population distribution of human beings, more than 50% of whom now live near large, often densely packed groups of other people. But the consequences of that urbanization—shifts ...

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