Nebraska Researchers Conduct Largest Biochar Field Trial in the State
May 11, 2023
The experiment was designed specifically to probe the effect of biochar in combination with biosolids, which the research team hypothesizes may help maximize the benefits of both.
University to Host May 10-12 Conference on Creating National Ag Data Network
May 4, 2023
Throughout the conference, leaders from USDA, the Ag Data Coalition, Bayer Crop Science and numerous other industry organizations will discuss and hone ideas for creating a network of national ag data repositories.
Water for Food Conference to Address Water and Food Security in a Changing World
April 6, 2023
This year's conference will focus on innovative ways to improve water and food security by increasing farmers’ resiliency to a changing landscape.
Growers Sought for East Campus Discovery Days
March 30, 2023
In addition to giving local growers a chance to connect with the public as business owners and agvocates, Discovery Days also showcases the ag research, teaching and extension taking place across IANR.
Gary Hein, Founding Director of UNL’s Doctor of Plant Health Program to Retire, Jeff Bradshaw Named Successor
December 15, 2022
After 15 years leading the program, Hein is retiring as director at the end of the year. Jeff Bradshaw, a professor of entomology, will become the next director effective Jan. 1.
IANR Celebrates Third Consecutive Year of Record-breaking Research Funding in 2022
November 17, 2022
Researchers in all disciplines of study across the institute received funding for a wide variety of projects to advance agriculture and natural resources resilience across Nebraska and around the world.
Collaborative Project Seeks to Protect Agricultural Technology from Cyberattacks
September 22, 2022
The research team is investigating the security and hackability of autonomous farm vehicles and precision ag equipment using Flex-Ro, an ag robot created by UNL's Biological Systems Engineering Department.
Nebraska LEAD Announces 2022-24 Fellows
September 12, 2022
The newest members of Nebraska's premier two-year agricultural leadership development program will participate in numerous seminars in the coming months to hone their skills for agvocacy.