by Kevin Coss
The U Press has released the first full revision of the widely used Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) in over 30 years.
At 140 sites in 26 countries across the globe, Nutrient Network researchers are working to understand how human activities are changing grassland ecosystems.
The First Responder Toolkit helps professionals in high-stress roles avoid personal burnout, reduced feelings of empathy, and poorer job performance.
by Deane Morrison
A researcher has identified characteristics that separate invasive cancer cells from metastatic cells that are gearing up to spread to distant organs.
As a portable, cloud-connected MRI scanner moves closer to completion, researchers are developing guidelines for the ethical use of the new technology.
As students and schools depend on remote learning, a Carlson School researcher is studying how to make reliable internet connections more accessible.
Researchers are working to develop a medical device that treats psychiatric disorders by adjusting the patterns of activity in certain brain circuits.
Design researchers are exploring new ways for counties to provide equitable and safe access to social services, legal services, permits, and more.
BioTechnology Institute researchers, supported by MnDRIVE Environment, are using anaerobic digestion to turn food waste into heat, energy, and fertilizer.
Research by UMN Extension experts shows how the virus disrupted livestock-based agriculture across the state and the impact on farmers and communities.