by Erin Dennis
The Office of the Vice President for Research awarded nearly $2.3 million in funding to projects supporting transdisciplinary research and collaboration across UMN colleges and campuses.
by Kevin Coss
The resources help researchers across a range of academic disciplines find funding, expand the reach of their work, and more.
Some researchers can now return to on-site work as part of a plan meant to allow for more research activity while still limiting the coronavirus's spread.
Through the Resilient Communities Project, graduate students work with local communities to help them adapt to social, economic, and environmental change.
by Contributing Writer
Early results from piloting a new way to manage Institutional Review Board submissions shows an improved turnaround time and increased employee engagement.
The UM Analytics Research Dashboard provides a quick view of proposal and award research measures across all U campuses, colleges, and departments.
The Active Learning Lab provides a better-equipped space for students to define and pursue research questions with real-world relevance.
Minnesotans looking to learn more about crop production, community vitality, youth development, and more need look no further than the digital airwaves.
A summer research internship offered by the North Star STEM Alliance and MnDRIVE gives students a chance to gain hands-on research experience.
Experts from across disciplines explored opportunities for international collaboration around pressing challenges in human, animal, and environmental health.
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