News from the Nebraska INBRE Program
Message from the Director
"INBRE leadership will work with your every need to help us get through this pandemic," said Paul Sorgen, PhD, INBRE Director.

Conducting research during a pandemic can be tricky says one INBRE researcher
Like many faculty researchers, Annemarie Shibata, PhD, an associate professor of cellular neuroimmunology and director of the undergraduate neuroscience program at Creighton University, had numerous concerns when the university shut down in mid-March due to COVID-19.

COVID-19 distrupts international student's studies
Like every student in America, Alvaro Moreno Lozano, a biological systems engineering major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was sidelined in his studies in mid-March when the coronavirus pandemic began shutting down colleges and universities across the nation.

Pandemic prompts changes, creativity and flexibility at PUIs
Flexibility, creativity help participating undergraduate institutions and colleges adapt to a new normal.

Nebraska Academy of Sciences encourages membership
The Nebraska Academy of Sciences seeks new members.

NE-INBRE Core Facilities
Core facilities help support students and researchers.

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