Featured NRRI News

Articles from the marketing and communications staff at NRRI. 

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

UMD and NRRI seek better ways to keep fishing gear from spreading aquatic invasive species in Minnesota's popular fishing lakes.

Ore resource model and geology analysis provides critical information that helped MnDOT reroute U.S. Highway 53 to make way for mining.

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 experiences has tremendous value in her job at NRRI.

NRRI and the MN Dept. of Transportation host a workshop that spanned the breadth of intermodel challenges and opportunities.

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 invasive species.

Proper management of young red pine stands will increase productivity to benefit wood products industry and increase value for land owners.

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

From birds-eye views to seeing deep into the earth, new technologies are providing old industries with accurate data previously approached with an educated guess, albeit well-educated.

With an infusion of base funding that provides support for researchers and programs, NRRI is looking ahead to help the state prepare for a changing economy.