by Contributing Writer
A MnDRIVE Neuromodulation Fellow aims to use electrical signals to stimulate damaged nerves and allow paraplegic patients to move.
by Deane Morrison
A 30-year public health study suggests managing risk factors in early adulthood may narrow racial disparities in diabetes rates.
by Kirsten Gray
All eyes are on the Twin Cities for Super Bowl LII. Behind the scenes, U researchers are leading exciting developments in sports research and innovation.
by Kevin Coss
U of M Duluth researchers are working to improve the delivery system for existing child welfare laws to help keep more American Indian families together.
The U's Dr. Jerrold Vitek co-led the clinical study that helped Boston Scientific's Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System receive FDA approval.
The Center for Quantum Materials investigates the mechanisms behind complex oxides, which exhibit a wide range of fascinating magnetic and electric properties.
U researchers' contributions helped scientists reach the point of launching the first clinical trials to edit a gene from inside the body.
“Synthetic incompatibility” prevents genetically modified species from reproducing with their wild counterparts to control how they spread in an ecosystem.
Specific biological shielding mechanisms that operate in girls, but not boys, may explain why boys are more susceptible to the disorder.
Researchers discovered that cells called astrocytes work intimately with neurons to control the fear response, a finding that could lead to better treatments for uncontrolled or inappropriate fear.