Recent research activities of individual faculty are described in the “People” Section of the department web site.
FWCB has research facilities in 5 buildings on the Saint Paul campus, which includes computer laboratories, analytical facilities, wet-labs with dedicated wells and water conditioning equipment, and fish growth facilities. Field facilities across Minnesota are available to FWCB researchers and include the Cloquet Forestry Center, Cedar Creek Natural History Area, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, the Itasca Biological Station, and the network of Research and Outreach Centers.
Many FWCB faculty are affiliated with the Bell Museum of Natural History. The scientific collections of the Bell Museum of Natural History of nearly 4 million specimens of mammals, birds, fish, plants, mollusks, and insects provide research and learning opportunities.