by Kevin Coss
As the potential of precision medicine rapidly advances, U researchers are among those helping to map and shape the law around how genetic tools are used.
U-Spatial supports thousands of U faculty, staff, and student researchers in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and spatial computing.
The Strategic Partnerships and Research Collaborative (SPARC) helps multidisciplinary teams of researchers submit large-scale, complex grant proposals.
A new, $13 million laboratory provides improved spaces for robotics researchers and better opportunities for collaborating across disciplines.
The Center for Collaborative Research encourages new collaborations, provides better access to shared equipment, and supports much-needed laboratory space vital to faculty research at UMC.
The U of M Libraries’ Archives and Special Collections curates collections of written, visual, and auditory materials that can’t be found anywhere else.
The new Clinical Research Support Center provides collaborative support to help U researchers navigate the complex clinical research environment.
Every year, the Driven to Discover Research Facility invites Minnesota State Fair visitors to participate in studies that advance world-class research.
An Institute for Advanced Study initiative lowers the barriers to working across disciplines by forming small, low-stakes groups to explore new ideas.
U of M experts demonstrated at the 2018 Esri User Conference how innovative approaches in spatial research provide new perspectives on the world around us.