by Kevin Coss
An Institute for Advanced Study initiative lowers the barriers to working across disciplines by forming small, low-stakes groups to explore new ideas.
A new network comprising 11 Midwest university technology transfer offices aims to match experienced entrepreneurs to university startups in need of a CEO.
Civil engineering researchers are testing a promising new material that may better prevent radiation leaks from nuclear fuel rods.
Melanie Graham's lab, which studies diabetes and obesity, is one example of the U of M's dedication to fostering a culture of ethical animal research.
U of M experts demonstrated at the 2018 Esri User Conference how innovative approaches in spatial research provide new perspectives on the world around us.
The Pilot Plant collaborated with startup Planetarians to develop a new method for turning a sunflower oil byproduct into a nutritious, sustainable snack.
From research stories to faculty-led events to citizen science, exhibits in the museum's St. Paul location connect to University research in new and exciting ways.
Flipgrid, an educational technology startup launched out of the University of Minnesota, was purchased by Microsoft earlier this week.
A program out of U of M Libraries pairs faculty members with a team of expert librarians to make fast progress on a specific research or teaching project.
by Deane Morrison
A new collaborative study shows mathematically that river systems with more tributary streams lend the most stability to the populations of fish living in them.