by Contributing Writer
A MnDRIVE Neuromodulation Fellow aims to use electrical signals to stimulate damaged nerves and allow paraplegic patients to move.
by Deane Morrison
Researchers' discovery of a gene that protects a person's aging brain could serve as the basis for future treatments that stem brain cell loss.
by Kevin Coss
National experts converged at the U of M to address pressing issues in reproduciblity, bias, and other aspects of research integrity.
A recent collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis ag-tech firm Sentera stands to help farmers more precisely meet the nitrogen needs of their corn.
The imaging magnet, 10 times stronger than a standard MRI, brings a new level of capabilities to scientists studying how the body works.