Tweed Museum of Art research is bringing an important artist's life work into focus, while connecting it to the region's cultures.

Made from waste taconite, NRRI’s pothole patch is being road-tested on the pitted streets of Duluth.

Dr. Jolene Hyppa-Martin is making sure that people with ALS can communicate, even after they lose the ability to speak. 

Dr. Ben Dymond has collected data that will help keep the Blatnik Bridge structurally sound and commuters safe.

NRRI’s hybrid trees are engineered to meet future demands for biofuel, renewal plastics, and eco-friendly chemicals.

Dr. Arshia Khan’s robot, Pepper, will ensure that people with early stage Alzheimer’s disease stay independent longer.