by Kevin Coss
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.
by Deane Morrison
In researchers' study of 14 Western European countries, infection-fighting genes were shown to protect the populations against dementia.
Researchers from UMD's Large Lakes Observatory are reconstructing a history of water levels to gauge future climate conditions' effect on the water supply.
UMN researchers and Minnesota-based Donaldson Company are investigating the factors that affect how well filters separate one fluid from another.
Throughout its history, the Carlson School of Management's research has helped to develop and guide effective, efficient, and ethical business practices.
College of Veterinary Medicine experts are helping Minnesota's turkey industry, an important source of livelihood for independent farms, navigate current challenges.
Using deep brain stimulation, researchers aim to treat a less visible and sometimes overlooked symptom of Parkinson's disease: sleep disturbances.
Anxiety disorders can make the cues that trigger fear overly broad, causing people to change their day-to-day behavior even when there's no imminent threat.
Research suggests conservation efforts that neglect earthworms, which help regulate water and nutrient flows at the base of ecosystems, could backfire.