by Kevin Coss
Minnesota’s small towns and rural areas are showing signs of a return to normalcy as coronavirus restrictions loosen and hard-hit industries start to recover.
by Deane Morrison
Incoming males to a baboon troop may reap an evolutionary benefit from inducing miscarriages in high-ranking females.
Researchers hope to replace petroleum-based plastics and polymers with bio-based alternatives that harmlessly biodegrade or can be better recycled for reuse.
Research into how HVAC systems affect the spread of COVID-19 helped inform a plan that made classrooms as safe as possible for in-person learning.
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.
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.