'Indiana Jones' of fungi helps to save Egyptian artifacts Minnesota Daily
Insights from fungal damage bridge thousands of years, point to better preservation. CFANS News UMN
Article about our recent paper in Frontiers in Microbiology: What is the 'Mushroom of Immortality' Forbes Magazine
Wood Decay: The action behind the polypores. Fall 2018 FUNGI Magazine
Fungi Live Large at the Poles. Published in I Contain Multitudes (Published by HHMI a science philanthropy whose mission is to advance biomedical and science education for the benefit of humanity)
Microbes Living in Antarctic Huts Produce Novel Chemical Compounds. Scientific American June 2018
Historic wonders of the fungal world: The evil demon hand and Fungus digitatus. FUNGI Magazine
A rare wonder of the fungal world. FUNGI Magazine
New report of Heterobasidion root rot found in Minnesota Outdoor News
Cover photo for PLOS Genetics
Cover photo and illustration for the "Journal of Natural Products".
Cover photo for "Applied and Environmental Microbiology"
Treading into a gray area along the spectrum of wood decay fungi. JGI News Releases
Survivers on Elm Street: A handful of trees may hold the key to disease resistance. Solutions Magazine
Arctic Driftwood Reveals its Secrets. ScienceShot AAAS
Identified: Mushrooms found near Palmer Staion appear to be common but very poisonous. The Antarctic Sun
Tracking the Remants of the carbon cycle: How an ancestral fungus may have influenced coal formation. DOE Joint Genome Institute News Release.
Secrets of World Trade Center shipwreck sleuthed out. Discovery Channel News
The Fungus Detective: Robert Blanchette goes to extremes to solve microscopic mysteries. Minnesota Magazine
Finding Feisty Fungi in Antarctica. Smithsonian Magazine
Frozen in Time: Graduate students search for new fungi in Antarctica. Solutions Magazine
Agarwood: The sweet smell of success. New Agriculturalist
The Smell of Success: Scientists from the University of Minnesota are saving the endangered Aquilaria tree, and with it, lives. Minnesota Business
Living History: Cultural artifacts are crawling with damaging microbes. Science News