by Kevin Coss
MnDRIVE advances the University of Minnesota's research strengths through state investment to solve Minnesota’s greatest challenges.
Allen Levine, Ph.D., the U’s new interim vice president for research, will oversee the University’s $900 million research enterprise across all its campuses and facilities.
In 2016, Inquiry explored research across a wide range of departments and disciplines. As the year comes to a close, here’s a look back at its 10 most-read stories.
As he prepares to transition out of his role as VP for research, Brian Herman, Ph.D., discusses the progress of the U’s research enterprise and the future of public research universities.
The University of Minnesota’s research enterprise continues to grow, driven by greater diversification of funding sources and enhanced public-private partnership. Here are five highlights from the FY2016 research report.
The University of Minnesota’s Institutional Review Board plays an important role in ensuring that clinical research projects make the welfare of human participants their top priority.
Public universities play a well-known role in creating new knowledge, but they must also bring that knowledge beyond the ivory tower and into the community.
As federal support for academic research declines, universities are losing capacity to address significant global challenges through cutting-edge research.
A team at the University of Minnesota aims to give researchers a better set of tools for exploring how the brain functions.
University of Minnesota researchers have received a major grant that will amplify efforts to develop new treatments for complex and debilitating brain disorders.