Research | College of Engineering & Mines
We research a variety of fields from microwave imaging to spacesuite antenna design.
EARL houses equipment to support teaching, scientific research and engineering design projects.
Global heat flow data are maintained by the International Heat Flow Commission (IHFC) of the International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior (IASPEI).
This test facility is used to conduct research on renewable hydrogen production and its energy conversion.
The Institute for Energy Studies (IES) educates the next generation of energy experts and pursues new frontiers in energy research.
This NSF funded project aims to establish and develop nanoscience and nanotechnology (NSNT) undergraduate education at UND.
Paleontology, as the umbrella term for fossil studies, is unique in the science disciplines because of its broad appeal because of its integration of Earth and biological sciences to interpret Earth and life history.
The Petroleum Research & Education Entrepreneurship Center (PREEC) meets the challenges in the Williston Basin.
The scarcity and inefficient utilization of radio spectrum resources have motivated researchers to look for technologies that enable an efficient use of available resources.
UND is home to the North Dakota Geological Survey’s Wilson M. Laird Core and Sample Library.
The library houses 85 miles of core and 50,000 boxes of drill cuttings.Visit Library
The F. D. Holland Geology Library is the largest geoscience library in the upper Midwest.
The library has more than 50,000 volumes, 500 journal titles, 100,000 maps, and 18,000 microfiche.Visit Library