All posts by Streaming Science

Women in STEM: Dr. Jenny Dauer

This episode of Streaming Science features scientist and professor, Dr. Jenny Dauer. Dr. Dauer currently researches science literacy, and how students learn science, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before Dr. Dauer came to UNL, she was a post-doctoral reasearcher in the Environmental Literacy group at Michigan State University. She earned a Ph.D. in Forest Science ...

Behind the Scenes: Michael Ferguson

Go behind the scenes of Streaming Science with AESC student Michael Ferguson. https://youtu.be/p4hfeFjCbq8

Behind the Scenes: Lauren Stohlmann

Go behind the scenes of Streaming Science with AESC student Lauren Stohlmann. https://youtu.be/7FxZyB7HhbE

Behind the Scenes: Alex Lundvall

Go behind the scenes of Streaming Science with AESC student Alex Lundvall. https://youtu.be/UIbXPPlKQxw

Behind the Scenes: Andrea Wach

Go behind the scenes of Streaming Science with AESC student Andrea Wach. https://youtu.be/cVCFoCsXxF4

Quantified Ag: Cattle Health Management, Simplified

Quantified Ag takes the guess work out of cattle health by providing fast fQuantified Ag takes the guess work out of cattle health by providing fast fast sorting and treatment for cattle producers and feedlot operators. Alex Heine, Business Development Manager, discusses the company beginnings, ear-tag system, and application of the product.

The Rise of Gluten-Free Consumers: The Science of Food

The rise of gluten-free consumers causes businesses to respond. This photojournalism project features Cupcakes & More, a local business located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Like many other food-related businesses, they have had to expand their menu to include gluten-free items.

Lincoln Public Schools Divert Food Waste: The Science of Food

The Lincoln Public School system in Nebraska is working to teach youth about the importance of protecting our resources. The school district is partnering with Prairieland Gold – a composting operation managed by Prairieland Dairy outside of Lincoln, as it is one of the few operations in the area with the size and ability to ...

Beef in 2050: The Science of Food

With a population projected to reach over nine billion by the year 2050, let’s learn how beef production practices might advance to keep up with the demand. Adam Wegner, Director of Marketing for the Nebraska Beef Council, gives insight into future beef production practices to help Nebraska beef producers stay ahead.

Our Heritage & Future: The Science of Food

Agriculture and farming has seen many changes, upgrades, and growth over the years. UNL emphasizes opportunities for young agriculturalists to learn and grow through science and technology so that farms may become more efficient and profitable. As we learn from the generations before us, we work towards bettering the future for generations to come.