by Kevin Coss
University of Minnesota researchers successfully competed for a record amount of external funding last year, pushing past the $1 billion mark for the first time in the University’s history.
Hyperspectral imaging may provide a quicker and more accurate way to detect trees infected with oak wilt and inform efforts to stanch the disease's spread.
by Deane Morrison
A sizable gap in indigenous language fluency and traditional practices has opened up between teenage students and their parents in Papua New Guinea.
Through nearly $15 million in Templeton Foundation funding, a new international cohort program led by a UMN philosophy researcher aims to explore purposive-looking behavior in living systems.
The new Innovation Impact Case Award celebrates work that solves challenges and benefits individuals, organizations, and communities.