by Kevin Coss
At 140 sites in 26 countries across the globe, Nutrient Network researchers are working to understand how human activities are changing grassland ecosystems.
A new online portal serves as the front door for companies looking to connect with the University to collaborate on research, license technologies, and more.
The First Responder Toolkit helps professionals in high-stress roles avoid personal burnout, reduced feelings of empathy, and poorer job performance.
The startup, based on College of Science and Engineering research, is developing a nontoxic method for preserving biological cells used for cell therapy.
The record level of research expenditures shows the magnitude of University efforts to advance knowledge and develop new technologies that benefit the public good.
As a portable, cloud-connected MRI scanner moves closer to completion, researchers are developing guidelines for the ethical use of the new technology.
As students and schools depend on remote learning, a Carlson School researcher is studying how to make reliable internet connections more accessible.
Researchers are working to develop a medical device that treats psychiatric disorders by adjusting the patterns of activity in certain brain circuits.
Student-founded RoundtableRx sources unexpired medications from health care facilities across the state to help people who can't afford their prescriptions.
The new microscope uses a system of pinholes to remove out-of-focus light and provide researchers with better definition and higher-quality images.