Here, Discovery is a Daily Occurrence.@headingTag>
The University of Nebraska has been a hub for groundbreaking research and innovative activity ever since we were founded to drive the growth of a state on the frontier of our nation.
Today, our frontiers are found in the advancements we make in agriculture and natural resources, transportation and highway safety, early childhood education, nanotechnology and alternative energy. We also tackle a wide range of public health issues. With research in cancer, diabetes, organ transplantation, aging, and
neurodegenerative diseases, we are improving the quality of life for people in Nebraska and around the world.
These endless interdisciplinary, inter-campus, and inter-institutional undertakings make it no surprise the University of Nebraska is among the top 30 U.S. public universities in research and development spending. Research funding has more than doubled since 2000, which has helped us build world-class facilities in Lincoln and at our Medical Center.
Finding Answers to Questions the World Didn't Know to Ask
Pioneering New Ways to Treat and Diagnose Brain Disease@Model.HeadlineSize>
Pioneering New Ways to Treat and Diagnose Brain Disease @Model.HeadlineSize>
A UNL researcher could change the way we treat stroke, Parkinson’s disease, autism and more.
Annual Student Research Day@Model.HeadlineSize>
Annual Student Research Day @Model.HeadlineSize>
This annual event gives UNK students a chance to present their scholarly work through presentations, speeches, and art.
Students Help Preserve Broken Bow’s History@Model.HeadlineSize>
Students Help Preserve Broken Bow’s History @Model.HeadlineSize>
UNK class partners with Custer County Historical Museum to organize a History Harvest to preserve local history.
Becoming a Global Force in the Neurological Sciences@Model.HeadlineSize>
Becoming a Global Force in the Neurological Sciences @Model.HeadlineSize>
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine’s Mind and Brain Health Labs offer driving simulation to improve patient care.
Closing the Education Outcome Gap for Latino Students@Model.HeadlineSize>
Closing the Education Outcome Gap for Latino Students @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools is building family-school partnerships.
Nebraska Applied Research Institute Created@Model.HeadlineSize>
Nebraska Applied Research Institute Created @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Nebraska Applied Research Institute, or NARI, builds on the groundbreaking academic research and has found a new home at UNO.
Improving the Health of Nebraska Farmers@Model.HeadlineSize>
Improving the Health of Nebraska Farmers @Model.HeadlineSize>
Automation and fast food affect rural and urban residents alike. A UNMC project gauges heart disease risk to inform solutions.
Educating others about the Significance of Afghanistan@Model.HeadlineSize>
Educating others about the Significance of Afghanistan @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Center for Afghanistan Studies empowers Afghans to develop their economy and civil society, and promote the cultures of Afghanistan.
Researcher Finds Shoe Stiffness Impacts Energy Use@Model.HeadlineSize>
Researcher Finds Shoe Stiffness Impacts Energy Use @Model.HeadlineSize>
A UNO researcher shows one element of shoe design can significantly impact the energy cost of walking.
Advancing Treatments for Peripheral Artery Disease@Model.HeadlineSize>
Advancing Treatments for Peripheral Artery Disease @Model.HeadlineSize>
UNMC researchers receive $3.5 million from NIH to discover why traditional treatments of peripheral artery disease (PAD) aren't effective.
Unique Opportunities for Undergraduate Research@Model.HeadlineSize>
Unique Opportunities for Undergraduate Research @Model.HeadlineSize>
UNK has funded research opportunities in all disciplines so students are able to pursue deeper understandings of their subjects.
Facilities: Where the Real Work Happens@headingTag>
Nebraska Innovation Campus Connects Big Thinkers @Model.HeadlineSize>
The new 232-acre, world-class research campus helps local companies, entrepreneurs, and university researchers collaborate on new ideas.
10-story Facility Aims to Change the Way we Treat Cancer @Model.HeadlineSize>
In 2017, the $323 million Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center will bring scientists and clinicians together in one place to work as a team, caring for patients and creating new cancer treatments.
Training The Nation for Ebola and Other Emerging Threats @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Biocontainment Unit was designed to provide a full spectrum of care, from quarantine to intensive care treatment. It is designed to handle everything from smallpox, SARS and avian influenza to the Ebola virus. It is staffed by 30 highly trained medical professionals who have special training in disaster management, cardiac life support and bioterrorism.
Lab Sheds Extreme Light on New Field of Research @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Extreme Light Laboratory’s high-powered laser, Diocles, produces the strongest light our planet has seen. It allows researchers to study conditions once found only on the Sun.
Research Tower Stands for Hope in Healthcare @Model.HeadlineSize>
In 2009, Durham Research Center II opened next to its twin, built six years prior. Together, the two towers enable groundbreaking research across more than 550,000 square feet of space.
Addressing Nation’s Largest Problems Through Nanoscience @Model.HeadlineSize>
Completed in 2012, UNL’s 32,000-square-foot Voelte-Keegan Nanoscience Research Center is nationally recognized in materials research science and engineering, nanoscience, and nanotechnology.
Collaborative Institute Melds Expertise From Lincoln and Omaha @Model.HeadlineSize>
Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) is an innovative educational and research institute that promotes collaboration and solution development in engineering and information technology.
Recent Awards and Recognition@headingTag>
Rick Miller, Ph.D. @Model.HeadlineSize>
2009 Professor of the Year Award
Susan Sheridan @Model.HeadlineSize>
2015 Senior Scientist in School Psychology Award
Nicholas Stergiou, Ph.D. @Model.HeadlineSize>
2010 Chancellor’s Strategic Planning Award for Academic Excellence
Elliot Ostler, Ed.D. @Model.HeadlineSize>
2016 Innovation, Development and Engagement Award
How to Benefit from Our Expertise
We’re always looking for new opportunities to change and be changed for the better. And we're particularly excited about ventures that foster entrepreneurship and economic competitiveness in Nebraska. Explore our current partnerships, become a partner yourself, or get involved in our tech transfer efforts.Click here to see us in action: University Technology Development Corporation
Put New Technology to Work
Our tech transfer partners help us to grow ideas into tangible, innovative solutions that we could not create alone.Click here to see us in action: UNeMed
Click here to see us in action: NUtech Ventures
We are in constant collaboration with public and private businesses, organizations, and agencies to solve real-world issues through research.Click here to see us in action: Nebraska Innovation Campus
We have the resources, insight and interest to make a positive impact on the communities we call home.Click here to see us in action: UNO Community Engagement Center