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Lonza, Inc. turns nuisance dust into fuel source

November 1, 2017

NRRI helps Minnesota manufacturer turn waste wood particles to a biofuel to power their plant.
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NRRI innovates Minnesota forest industries

October 30, 2017

The state of today's traditional forest industries are getting a long, hard look these days. Lack of innovation is a problem. But not here.
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Renewable Energy Lab delivers biofuels for the future

October 27, 2017

After 10 years of research, NRRI delivered solid results this fall. As in solid biofuels. By the ton. 
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Doubling down on invasives

September 29, 2017

UMD and NRRI seek better ways to keep fishing gear from spreading aquatic invasive species in Minnesota's popular fishing lakes.
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NRRI analyses give MnDOT project strong start

September 29, 2017

Ore resource model and geology analysis provides critical information that helped MnDOT reroute U.S. Highway 53 to make way for mining.
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Manager, scientist & future grad student: Adelle Schumann

September 1, 2017

Some students arrive at college knowing exactly what they want to do. For the rest of us.... Adelle Schumann is proof that a variety of... more
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NRRI connects transportation to 'everything else'

July 28, 2017

NRRI and the MN Dept. of Transportation host a workshop that spanned the breadth of intermodel challenges and opportunities.
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Are lake invaders affecting walleye?

July 27, 2017

NRRI is beginning a study this summer on the walleye food webs in nine popular fishing lakes to understand if they're impacted by aquatic... more
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NRRI publishes guide to manage young red pine

July 5, 2017

Proper management of young red pine stands will increase productivity to benefit wood products industry and increase value for land owners.
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NRRI, Germany and the Minnesota Energy Vision

June 30, 2017

NRRI joins a delegation to Germany to share knowledge and opportunities for a renewable energy future.

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