by Kevin Coss
Stephen Wiesner made his database of pathology microscope slides free to instructors who need to train their students to spot diseases in laboratory samples.
by Deane Morrison
UMN scientists have laid the groundwork for designing drugs to block the novel coronavirus from attaching itself to, and infecting, human cells.
This year's Research Ethics Day conference explored the pressing ethical issues around collecting, analyzing, storing, and sharing data.
Launching new companies based on UMN research does more than bring new technologies to the market—it also invigorates the state’s broader tech ecosystem.
Update: The spring 2020 edition of Walleye Tank, which invites entrepreneurs from across the state to pitch their life sciences startups in front of a panel of judges, has been canceled.
At UMN Morris, research into biographical novels shows how authors can speak volumes by intentionally fictionalizing aspects of a real person's life.
The Center for the Study of Political Psychology explores how people make political judgments and how those judgments affect the broader political system.
For 10 years, UMN Duluth spatial researchers have collaborated with local governments to help them prepare for the worst that nature might throw at them.
In researchers' study of 14 Western European countries, infection-fighting genes were shown to protect the populations against dementia.
Researchers from UMD's Large Lakes Observatory are reconstructing a history of water levels to gauge future climate conditions' effect on the water supply.