by Kevin Coss
The new startups, 11 of which are based in Minnesota, will help fuel the economy and contribute to the public good.
Minnesotans looking to learn more about crop production, community vitality, youth development, and more need look no further than the digital airwaves.
A new series of workshops aims to inspire researchers to think about opportunities for partnering with industry leaders on future research projects.
A summer research internship offered by the North Star STEM Alliance and MnDRIVE gives students a chance to gain hands-on research experience.
Experts from across disciplines explored opportunities for international collaboration around pressing challenges in human, animal, and environmental health.
Every year, the Driven to Discover Research Facility invites Minnesota State Fair visitors to participate in studies that advance world-class research.
The Nature Index 2019 Annual Tables ranks the institutions and countries that dominated research in the physical and life sciences in 2018.
A team of U researchers is leading an effort to develop standards, data sets, and informatics tools to accelerate water resources research and development.
by Deane Morrison
While testosterone has a reputation as the hormone that strengthens muscles, U researchers have discovered estrogen is essential to muscle health in women.
FastBridge, based on College of Education and Human Development research, helps teachers individually screen, measure, and monitor their students’ progress.