by Kevin Coss
UMN researchers adapted to this year’s considerable challenges and continued to make discoveries that expanded the body of knowledge in their fields.
By factoring short-distance transportation data into models that predict virus spread, experts can provide better insights to guide policy decisions.
Early pandemic conditions this spring were associated with a spike in food insecurity for emerging adults in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
Many groups are still underrepresented in the intellectual property system, which accelerates the introduction of new ideas and technologies into society.
Apps like COVIDawareMN quickly and efficiently alert those who may have been exposed to COVID-19 without tracking their movements or personal information.
A biotech startup created to bring new cancer therapies to life has attracted high levels of funding during its early-stage investment rounds.
The Tekne Awards, hosted by the Minnesota Technology Association, highlight the many people and companies driving technology innovation across the state.
Manifold Scholarship is a digital platform that enables publishers to quickly and easily create interactive, media-rich digital publications.
An analysis of citation counts by Clarivate Analytics shows nearly two dozen UMN faculty are among the most influential researchers in their fields.
The U Press has released the first full revision of the widely used Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) in over 30 years.