by Contributing Writer
The U of M is a leader in several areas of global health, from emerging infectious diseases to long-standing issues such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
by Kevin Coss
Through a 10-week program, University of Minnesota Morris undergraduate Keyah Stone and several other students conducted plant biology research in Borneo, part of the Malay Archipelago.
“Green Revolution” is the label for concerted initiatives to increase agricultural production and prevent hunger and starvation in major regions of the world.
In June, construction began on a first-of-its-kind drilling platform that U researchers will use to penetrate almost 11,000 feet below the surface of the main polar ice cap in East Antarctica.
by Erin Dennis
Recent events, such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, remind us of our global interconnectedness and illustrate how our shared problems must be addressed with shared solutions from multiple perspectives and diverse areas of expertise.
Worldwide delta systems, including the people, economies, infrastructure and ecology they support, are under threat from a range of natural and human activities.
Check out a map of international U research locations from 2013—84 nations on all 7 continents.
U researcher Hubert Lim is working with an international team to develop a new device that uses neurostimulation to treat hearing loss.
U of M researcher Jian-Ping Wang has developed an accurate, inexpensive and fast way to test for diseases and health conditions.
A study of the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder among Somali children, ages 7-9, in Minneapolis was conducted by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on Community Integration.