by Kevin Coss
The Center for Neural Circuits in Addiction aims to create tools for measuring and intervening in the neural circuits affected by addiction.
by Erin Dennis
A multidisciplinary team will explore the ecology and transmission of chronic wasting disease, a deadly infection in deer, elk, and moose.
by Deane Morrison
'White dwarf' stars going supernova likely spewed seeds of our solar system.
Researchers are exploring the aesthetic factors that make produce acceptable in consumers' eyes—and how to market imperfect-looking, but nutritious, food.
The MagiCoil detects the virus in blood and respiratory material and delivers results in as little as 10 minutes via smartphone.
Researchers are investigating how to optimize intimate partner/domestic and sexual violence services for Minnesotans as the need grows but resources become more limited.
UMN scientists have laid the groundwork for designing drugs to block the novel coronavirus from attaching itself to, and infecting, human cells.
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.