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The Caly Poly department chair mentioned devices that sold for as little as $1,385, putting 3D printing technology within reach of in-plants.
UNL students Vivian Kim, left, and Marisol Herling dance with drones. A visit by a dance troupe provided an opportunity to bring University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineering students and dancers together in a way that they would never have thought of before.
Boulder, Colorado, USA - Geoscientists from the north-central U.S. and beyond will convene in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, on 24-25 April to discuss new science, expand on existing science, and explore the unique geologic and historic features of the region, with a special emphasis on applied geology, paleontology, and mid-continent geology.
It's something we hope we never have to experience. An active shooter situation while at work, school, a movie theater or anywhere else when we leave our homes.
NebraskaLand National Bank was honored Friday with a 2014 First Lady's Outstanding Community Service Award for Business Support for Education.
Big Impact from North Platte: Jack O'Holleran by the University of Nebraska, College of Business Administration - 4/13/2014 UNL graduate and North Platte native Jack O'Holleran started his career in California as the lowest man on the totem pole, but it didn't take him long to climb.
Nebraska-native Kimberly Krhounek, political section chief at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, sits at the head of the table during a March 30 meeting between Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, left, over the crisis in Ukraine.
The celebrated writer Margaret Atwood , author of prize-winning novels and many other books including poetry and nonfiction, will appear Sunday afternoon at UNO's south campus, in an event open to the public.
The state climatologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says planting delays should not be a concern and that temperatures should be on the upswing across the state as farmers prepare.
What might have been? I'd guess we've all asked that at one time or another. Here's a fine what-might-have-been poem by Andrea Hollander, who lives in Portland, Ore.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau has announced a new scholarship and loan assistance program to help schools find enough agriculture educators.
Gregory Gerard Vinton of North Platte will be one of 32 University of Nebraska-Lincoln seniors to receive UNL's highest undergraduate academic honor,-- a Chancellor' s Scholar ... More As part of the Great Plains Regional Medical Center's "GPFit" community wellness initiative, the med center is offering a five-week, free-of-charge tobacco cessation ... (more)
Many Nebraska producers could increase their corn yields and profits this year by increasing seed rates at planting, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension soils specialist says.