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Kathryn A. Martin Library Archives and Special Collections staff collects, maintains, and provides long-term preservation and access to materials that document the University of Minnesota Duluth and Northeastern Minnesota.

The archives collections include the official publications, photographs, memorabilia, and non-current office records of UMD. These materials have been collected from departments, administrators, faculty, staff, student organizations, students, and alumni.

Special Collections include library and archival materials in many formats (rare books, manuscripts, photographs, etc.) that are generally characterized by their artifactual or monetary value, physical format, uniqueness or rarity. They generally are housed in a separate unit with specialized security and user services and are usually non-circulating.

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Trailways (1968-1969)

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University of Minnesota Duluth Graduate Catalog (2020/2022)

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DREAM interrupted: Establishing a CRISPR/Cas9 functional genomics pipeline in Caenorhabditis elegans (2021-02-19)

Goetsch, Paul; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Biology (2021)
In multicellular organisms, how do multiple cell types originate from one cell and one genome? A critical early cell fate decision is whether to develop as germline (reproductive) or soma (non-reproductive). My research ...

Pitcher plants: From prey and parasites to pollinators (2021-02-12)

Horner, John; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Biology (2021)
Carnivorous plants have long fascinated biologists and laypersons because they "turn the tables," preying upon insects that might have otherwise fed on them. However, there are herbivores that specialize on carnivorous ...

Darwin's Passion for Plants (2021-02-05)

Moran, Robbin; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Biology (2021)
After the Origin of Species was published in 1859, Charles Darwin wrote six books completely dedicated to plants. This talk briefly describes what those books contains [sic] and why they were important. Did you know that ...

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