by Kevin Coss
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.
by Deane Morrison
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.
Melanie Graham's lab, which studies diabetes and obesity, is one example of the U of M's dedication to fostering a culture of ethical animal research.
U of M experts demonstrated at the 2018 Esri User Conference how innovative approaches in spatial research provide new perspectives on the world around us.
From research stories to faculty-led events to citizen science, exhibits in the museum's St. Paul location connect to University research in new and exciting ways.
A new collaborative study shows mathematically that river systems with more tributary streams lend the most stability to the populations of fish living in them.
Researchers in the U's Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy recently traveled to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva to persuade its members to pressure Colombia to address an epidemic of violence against women.