by Deane Morrison
Research into how neurons become damaged sets the stage for drugs or other treatments that could limit or prevent long-term harm following a concussion.
by Kevin Coss
In addition to COVID-19, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy has helped the world prepare for and respond to many other disease threats.
By factoring short-distance transportation data into models that predict virus spread, experts can provide better insights to guide policy decisions.
Early pandemic conditions this spring were associated with a spike in food insecurity for emerging adults in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
Apps like COVIDawareMN quickly and efficiently alert those who may have been exposed to COVID-19 without tracking their movements or personal information.
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.
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.