by Kevin Coss
As the Minnesota Legislature convenes, the U is asking for $200 million to renovate buildings, classrooms, and labs so they remain useful for years to come.
The Speaking Science conference helped scientists learn to more effectively share their knowledge and research with audiences outside of academia.
U of M Duluth researchers are working to improve the delivery system for existing child welfare laws to help keep more American Indian families together.
The Grand Challenges Research Initiative aims to jumpstart new collaborations, engage external partners, and help faculty compete for further funding.
Inquiry takes a look back at some of the most-read stories of U of M projects, discoveries, and partnerships from the past year.
The U's Dr. Jerrold Vitek co-led the clinical study that helped Boston Scientific's Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System receive FDA approval.
The annual research report covers fiscal 2017 research metrics, along with trends in research productivity, scholarship, and technology commercialization.
The Center for Quantum Materials investigates the mechanisms behind complex oxides, which exhibit a wide range of fascinating magnetic and electric properties.
U researchers' contributions helped scientists reach the point of launching the first clinical trials to edit a gene from inside the body.
“Synthetic incompatibility” prevents genetically modified species from reproducing with their wild counterparts to control how they spread in an ecosystem.