by Kevin Coss
Labovitz School of Business and Economics researchers at U of M Duluth found businesses with fewer than 20 employees boost rural communities' economic growth.
A serendipitous discovery led Perry Hackett and his team to develop a new way to reprogram the human immune system to find and attack cancer cells.
by Deane Morrison
Public health researchers found girls who moved to better neighborhoods from high-poverty public housing reduced their binge drinking, while boys increased theirs.
The AIS Detectors program enlists passionate citizens to help protect the pristine waters they call home from the threat of aquatic invasive species.
The U of M Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections curates collections of written, visual, and auditory materials that can’t be found anywhere else.
U researchers are working to develop new machine learning techniques to guide decision-making around urgent issues in agriculture and the environment.
by Contributing Writer
The Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Medical Genomics has supported more than 126 collaborative projects between the U and Mayo Clinic.
Life is full of tough choices. Eat a triple-scoop ice cream cone now, or resist and have a less tasty but ultimately more rewarding dinner with friends in an hour?
Every year, the Driven to Discover Research Facility invites Minnesota State Fair visitors to participate in studies that advance world-class research.
Civil engineering researchers are testing a promising new material that may better prevent radiation leaks from nuclear fuel rods.