by Kevin Coss
Anxiety disorders can make the cues that trigger fear overly broad, causing people to change their day-to-day behavior even when there's no imminent threat.
by Deane Morrison
Research suggests conservation efforts that neglect earthworms, which help regulate water and nutrient flows at the base of ecosystems, could backfire.
At UMN Rochester, in-course research experiences foster undergraduates' interest in science and help to prepare them for a successful career.
The U’s Department of Economics and the Minneapolis Fed have worked together to protect the financial system and promote economic growth since the late 1960s.
A team of U researchers is leading an effort to develop standards, data sets, and informatics tools to accelerate water resources research and development.
While testosterone has a reputation as the hormone that strengthens muscles, U researchers have discovered estrogen is essential to muscle health in women.
PhD student John Little explores Native American veterans’ experiences during and after the war to provide new perspectives on this piece of history.
by Erin Dennis
Two projects are awarded nearly $500,000 from the Minnesota Futures Grant Program.
As children become adults, the financial values instilled by their parents can clash with those of their romantic partners, straining the relationship.
The Child Language Intervention Lab explores the benefits of a top-down approach to teaching children with developmental language disorder grammatical forms.