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Past articles by Jeff:

Unusual cloud spotted on Mars

This bright white object, believed to be a cloud, has scientists baffled about what might be creating it. → Read More

Wildlife event happening in Bloomington this weekend

An event to celebrate wildlife in the city is happening this Saturday. → Read More

U of M scientist holds a record at the South Pole

U of M researcher Robert Schwarz has spent 14 winters at the South Pole, looking for the origins to our universe. → Read More

Minnesota's tornado risk in October

Tornadoes in October are a rare sight for us in Minnesota and Wisconsin. In Minnesota, since 1950, we have seen only 28 tornadoes in October. → Read More

U of M studies bacteria to kill zebra mussels

Research continues of the U of M to see if bacteria can kill zebra mussels. → Read More

VERIFY: Do low pressure systems circle the earth?

Let's verify how storms move around our earth. → Read More

Blanding's turtles spotted in Dakota County

Blanding's turtles are a threatened species and they primarily live around the great lakes region and have a small zone in Minnesota where they call home. While their populations are declining, there are signs of hope in a Dakota County park. → Read More

Changes coming along Minnehaha Creek

The newest area to be redeveloped is at 325 Blake Road, an industrial site in Hopkins, which is going to be demolished and in its place will be an expanded greenway. → Read More

Cargill testing new asphalt in Minnesota

For the past five years, scientists at Cargill have been working on a new type of pavement that uses less raw materials, like aggregate and oils, and is designed to be more durable. → Read More

Tonight: Mars makes its closest approach in 15 years

Mars will be 35.8 million miles away from Earth tonight. Believe it or not, that's pretty close. → Read More

Learn all about bats this weekend in Bloomington

Friday evening will feature a science night where you can learn about our bats in Minnesota and even see how the DNR studies them. → Read More

NASA scientist, Princeton H.S. grad, returns to teach

Students from 3rd all the way to 12th grade are getting an out of this world opportunity to meet with a NASA scientist who's in charge of the curriculum this week. → Read More

Astronaut Scott Kelly visits the Twin Cities

After a year aboard the International Space Station, Scott Kelly came back to earth in 2016. I asked you for questions you had for him... here are some of them. → Read More

Nobel Prize scientists visiting Twin Cities

The next generation of scientists got some 'big-time' inspiration Wednesday when several Nobel Prize winning scientists stopped by 3M in Maplewood. → Read More

What's it like to drive an electric car?

What's it like to drive an electric car? We took one out for a week and here are our thoughts. → Read More

A repeat of the weather from 1936?

The first week of April was cold and snowy. In fact, the first seven days of this month averaged to just below 23 degrees. Looking at the charts, 2018 just barely beat out 1936 - the year when Minnesota saw extreme cold and extreme heat. → Read More

Why our weather is so different every spring

What makes our weather so different in spring year-to-year? → Read More

New type of northern lights discovered

Its name is Steve. → Read More

New Omnitheatre film wants us to 'Dream Big'

The Science Museum of Minnesota wants us to "Dream Big" in their new Omnitheatre film now playing. It shows us engineering marvels big and small. → Read More

LEGOS skyscraper exhibit coming to Science Museum of Minnesota

Welcome to the Towers of Tomorrow, the newest exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota. A place where skyscrapers are built with LEGOS! → Read More