The Nebraska Water Center is
part of the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute
The Nebraska Water Center, established by Congressional mandate as one of 54 Water Resources Research Institutes in 1964, focuses on helping the University of Nebraska become an international leader in water research, teaching, extension and outreach.
Big things come in small packages: algae and the path to a clean water future
A new method to treat one of Nebraska’s biggest water challenges may come from an unexpectedly small source: algae.
Stalk-worn Sensor To Measure Crops’ Water Use
Wearable technology will soon move from wrist to stalk, swapping measures of blood flow and respiration for sap flow and transpiration.
Know Your Well: Trickledown Effects of Hands-On Water Education
In 2017 and 2018, Chris Olson, the program’s manager, drove 17,000 miles to meet with students and teachers in 10 Nebraska towns to help them understand and participate in the science of groundwater and drinking water.
REGISTRATION STILL OPEN: 2019 Water & Natural Resources Tour
September 15-19: Missouri River basin
2019 Nebraska Water Conference: Building a Clean Water Future in Northeast Nebraska
October 9-10, Divots Conference Center, Norfolk, NE
The Water Sciences Laboratory has been providing professional services to businesses, academic researchers, and government entities since the early 1990s. Our client-base is diverse - just as the projects we are involved with.
The Water Sciences Laboratory (WSL) was established as a core research facility at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as part of the Nebraska Water Center in 1990. The facility was created to enhance and support NU water research as a state-of-the-art laboratory that could provide technical services and expertise in analytical and isotopic methods.
The Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska was founded in 2010 to address the global challenge of achieving food security with less stress on water resources through improved water management in agricultural and food systems.