by Erin Dennis
Launched in June 2014, Inquiry was created to explore U of M research and innovation across centers, institutes, colleges, departments, and campuses.
by Kevin Coss
The U of M recently celebrated the work of 455 University inventors whose discoveries were licensed or patented between July 2016 and June 2018.
Volunteers recently came together to help grow the visibility of women scientists, whose contributions have traditionally been underrepresented.
Researchers from across many academic fields came together to discuss and debate big changes in the rules governing the ethical conduct of research.
by Dan Gilchrist
With nearly 25 percent of sponsored projects funded through affected agencies, the U accrued roughly $10 million in research expenses covering affected projects.
A recent U conference helped faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students more effectively share knowledge and research with outside audiences.
by Contributing Writer
The University of Minnesota Press, one of the most internationally respected university presses has publishes innovative, cutting-edge scholarship.
The 2018 Annual Report on Research and Technology Commercialization shows the U of M's research enterprise continues to flourish.
Before we set our sights on 2019, Inquiry looks back on projects, discoveries, and partnerships that made up the past year at the U of M.
Last month, the nonprofit organization AAALAC recognized the U for providing and maintaining an excellent program of laboratory animal care and use.