Research to Help Nebraska’s Ranchers

UNL is completing multiple research projects that benefit the world around us. Research conducted by the Animal Science Department contributes to the biggest industry in Nebraska, cattle production. Dr. Galen Erickson, with the help of many graduate and undergraduate students, is working to improve the cattle industry in Nebraska through his research.

Food Allergens in Grains

As food allergies become a growing concern, scientists search for new ways to better food. In this scientist profile, Dr. Andreia Bianchini and Ph.D. research assistant Luis Sabillon from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Food Science and Technology Department, introduce their work on food allergens in wheat. As food safety becomes a growing concern, scientists search ...

Drone Utilization and Innovation in Turf Grass

In this Streaming Science video, Scientist Bill Kreuser, discusses how drones are evolving the precision and innovation of science today specifically in turf grass. Dr. Bill Kreuser emphasizes that there is so much more to science than just chemistry, biology, or the use of it in a lab. Science can be fun and enhance your ...

Herbicide Spray Drift

Graduate Student Matthew Nelson describes his role in researching how different sprayer nozzles and herbicide droplet size affect herbicide drift when spraying crops.

Entrepreneurship and Internships with Quantified Ag: Tracking Cattle in Feedlots

In this Streaming Science video, Vishal Singh discusses entrepreneurship and how he started his business Quantified Ag. Vishal explains how he invented high tech ear tags that go on cattle so feed lot owners can track their cattle better. Vishal also discusses the importance of having mentors to guide beginning business developers.

Behind the Scenes with UNL Podcasting Students

Behind the scenes with our Podcast students. Listen as they share their thoughts on podcasting and interviewing their scientists.

Planning for the Future use of our Water Resources. This episode of Streaming Science features Dr. Martha Shulski. She is an associate professor of applied climate science in the School of Natural Resources and the Director of the High Plains Regional Climate Center (HPRCC). In this episode, Dr. Shulski explains her recent research study, which involves working with municipalities in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri ...