by Deane Morrison
A U of M researcher's team has taken a giant step toward understanding the genesis of solar storms, which could help in limiting the damage they cause.
by Kevin Coss
As the potential of precision medicine rapidly advances, U researchers are among those helping to map and shape the law around how genetic tools are used.
The Minnesota Population Center will lead a five-year, $12.8 million study examining how educational experiences early in life may deter the onset of Alzheimer’s later on.
by Vaughn Schmid
Of all the assets that make up the U’s research enterprise—from state-of-the-art equipment to leading lab facilities—researchers’ ideas are the most valuable.
Christopher Pexa's upcoming book explores the important role oral and written histories have played in preserving Dakota culture.
A U of M startup's custom-made app walks children through the exact dental clinic they will soon visit—helping to build familiarity and decrease fear.
U-Spatial supports thousands of U faculty, staff, and student researchers in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and spatial computing.
UMD researchers' work shows a low level of sulfate in the oceans may have kept Earth's climate relatively mild and allowed ancient life to gain a foothold.
The U of M recently celebrated the work of 455 University inventors whose discoveries were licensed or patented between July 2016 and June 2018.
The U of M startup helps early childhood educators identify children at risk of poor learning outcomes and monitor their progress.