by Kevin Coss
Jackie Drazan, a master’s student in earth and environmental sciences, applied her geology knowledge to help tackle a real-world problem plaguing roadways.
A new book by U of M researchers brings together leading research on improving early education to give young children the best chance of success.
A new online platform led by the Natural Resources Research Institute brings together a wide range of data sources to guide local and regional planning.
Combining animal health, production, and farm financial data could lead to better management decisions that help dairy farms be profitable and sustainable.
U researchers have enlisted a few mechanical assistants in their efforts to help children with autism spectrum disorder benefit from early interventions.
by Deane Morrison
Researchers have discovered how iron deficiency, which affects an estimated 2 billion people worldwide, starves the brain's growing neurons.
Michael McAlpine and his colleagues are using 3D printing to build organ models surgeons can practice on and make implants to treat spinal cord injuries.
As the College of Liberal Arts celebrates 150 years, Inquiry highlights a small sample of the people, centers, and projects behind CLA research.
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.