by Kevin Coss
Earlier this month, UMN faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students came together to hone their communications and storytelling skills.
The Minnesota Futures program provides two awards of up to $250,000 each to help interdisciplinary groups of researchers advance bold and creative new ideas.
Before moving on to 2020, Inquiry takes a moment to think back on the many projects, discoveries, and collaborations that made up the past year.
The University of Minnesota continues to steadily grow its research activities, maintaining its rank among the nation’s top 10 public research universities.
By learning to talk about their research with those outside of their field, graduate students develop a key skill for their academic and professional careers.
The World’s Most Innovative Universities ranks the institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies, and power new industries.
For over five years, MnDRIVE has aligned U research strengths with vital and emerging state industries to help foster a more prosperous and equitable future.
Joan T.A. Gabel, the U's 17th president, emphasized the importance of the University research mission as part of her recent inaugural address.
The program, administered by the Office of the Vice President for Research, provides seed funding for projects from across U of M colleges and campuses.
The Nature Index 2019 Annual Tables ranks the institutions and countries that dominated research in the physical and life sciences in 2018.