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Fargo, N.D. Organic-based solar cells have the potential to revolutionize renewable energy technology. Cheaper and more flexible than their silicon-based counterparts, organic solar cells can...

Fargo, N.D. Ponder this. Who is faster: Superman or the Flash?

How does Captain America’s shield work?

What type of metal is used in Wonder Woman’s bracelets that enables her to deflect...

Fargo, N.D. Mariangel Alfonseca, assistant professor of mathematics at NDSU, was awarded a three-year research grant from the National Science Foundation. Alfonseca's research applies Fourier...

Fargo, N.D. Tom Isern, professor of history and university distinguished professor at NDSU, assumed duties on April 17 as president-elect of the Western Social Science Association. The...

Fargo, N.D. — Lichens are sometimes called "the most bizarre of all forms of life," because each species is composed of two, sometimes three, separate organisms. One is a fungus, while the other ...

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