by Kevin Coss
The new Innovation Impact Case Award celebrates work that solves challenges and benefits individuals, organizations, and communities.
University of Minnesota researchers successfully competed for a record amount of external funding last year, pushing past the $1 billion mark for the first time in the University’s history.
The Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry, and Scholarship Program supports scholarly and artistic activities of faculty to foster excellence throughout UMN.
Oakes, who took on the role following previous VP Chris Cramer's departure earlier this year, oversees the $1+ billion systemwide research enterprise.
As his departure from academia nears, Chris Cramer reflects on his time at UMN, the strengths of the research enterprise, and misconceptions about academic research.
As part of Research Ethics Day, experts from UMN and across the globe gathered virtually to discuss how COVID-19 is changing research ethics.
Laurie McGinnis helped connect researchers with funders, practitioners, and policymakers to find research-based solutions for transportation issues.
UMN researchers adapted to this year’s considerable challenges and continued to make discoveries that expanded the body of knowledge in their fields.
The Tekne Awards, hosted by the Minnesota Technology Association, highlight the many people and companies driving technology innovation across the state.
An analysis of citation counts by Clarivate Analytics shows nearly two dozen UMN faculty are among the most influential researchers in their fields.