by Erin Dennis
More than $1.7 million was awarded to 10 projects that support research infrastructure, facilities, and support services across the University.
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.
A multidisciplinary team will explore the ecology and transmission of chronic wasting disease, a deadly infection in deer, elk, and moose.
Two projects are awarded nearly $500,000 from the Minnesota Futures Grant Program.
Recipients of OVPR's 2019 Research Infrastructure Investment Program announced.
Launched in June 2014, Inquiry was created to explore U of M research and innovation across centers, institutes, colleges, departments, and campuses.
Congratulations to the University of Minnesota researchers and their colleagues who were awarded patents in the past year.
The independent, volunteer committee helps ensure that the voices of all people and communities participating in University of Minnesota research are heard.
Robert Vince Ph.D., inventor of the AIDS drug Ziagen and one of the University of Minnesota's most prolific researchers, was recently honored at the National Academy of Inventors 2018 Annual Conference as an NAI Fellow.
Students are working with UMD faculty to record the voices of patients with ALS for future use through voice banking.
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