by Kevin Coss
Cramer will oversee the University’s $940 million research enterprise, supporting faculty, staff, and student research across U campuses and facilities.
A serendipitous discovery led Perry Hackett and his team to develop a new way to reprogram the human immune system to find and attack cancer cells.
Launching new companies can help U of M medical devices, diagnostics, and more succeed beyond the lab—and reach they people they were designed to help.
The Center for Collaborative Research encourages new collaborations, provides better access to shared equipment, and supports much-needed laboratory space vital to faculty research at UMC.
by Erin Dennis
The independent, volunteer committee helps ensure that the voices of all people and communities participating in University of Minnesota research are heard.
The US Department of Health and Human Services visited Minnesota this month to explore collaboration with startups, industry, and academic researchers.
by Deane Morrison
Public health researchers found girls who moved to better neighborhoods from high-poverty public housing reduced their binge drinking, while boys increased theirs.
The AIS Detectors program enlists passionate citizens to help protect the pristine waters they call home from the threat of aquatic invasive species.
The startup, which creates interactive games to help educators teach core concepts in engaging ways, received $1.1 million in federal funding for the project.
The U of M Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections curates collections of written, visual, and auditory materials that can’t be found anywhere else.