The Bell Museum (Minnesota's state museum of natural history) is an interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach center.
The Center for Biorefining is affiliated with the University's Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment (IREE) to coordinate efforts and resources to conduct exploratory fundamental and applied research; provide education on bioenergy, biochemicals and biomaterials; stimulate collaboration among University researchers, other public sector investigators, and private investigators invo
The mission of the Cereal Disease Laboratory is to reduce losses in wheat, oat, and barley to major diseases including leaf rust, stem rust, and Fusarium head blight. This mission is accomplished through research on the biology of the pathogens that cause these diseases and on methods to enhance disease resistance in small grains.
The 3400 acre Cloquet Forestry Center is the Universitys' primary research and education forest. The Center Provides opportunity for forest/field based course work, interdisciplinary Long-term and controlled studies that benefit Minnesota`s 17 million acres of commercial forest land.
The program links the faculty and graduate students in the Department of Economics and the Department of Applied Economics through a popular and active weekly seminar that meets nearly every Friday of the academic year, graduate student thesis committees, the joint preparation of research proposals, by a working paper series that is broadly distributed to libraries and other research centers, a
The goals of the Minnesota Council are to provide comprehensive economic education to educators, youth, and the general public.
The Center was established in 1984 to conduct interdisciplinary studies on the management and use of natural resources and our environment. Its mission is to provide timely, scientific, and objective data and analysis on policies and programs that impact natural resources and environmental management in Minnesota and the surrounding region.
The Center for Farm Financial Management (CFFM) is a national center for farm management and marketing education with programming in three primary areas: 1) development of educational programs, software and other educational tools; 2) train-the-trainer activities for extension educators and other agricultural educators; and 3) leadership and management of national programs in farm management an
The National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) was officially launched as a Homeland Security Center of Excellence in July 2004. A multidisciplinary and action-oriented research consortium, NCFPD addresses the vulnerability of the nation's food system to attack through intentional contamination with biological or chemical agents.
The mission of the Center for Forest Ecology is to carry out a comprehensive research program aimed at solving the problems related to sustainability of forests and their native species. The Center's goals are: