by Erin Dennis
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.
The Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry and Scholarship Program (GIA) awarded 53 grants in a range of fields across 16 colleges and 45 departments on the Duluth, Morris and Twin Cities campuses.
MnDRIVE leaders and advisors are exploring ways to add to the program with new areas that match U research strengths with the state’s key industries.
The University of Minnesota is fast becoming a leader in the field of wearable technologies and smart fabrics.
A new study shows trees can adapt to a warming climate by dampening their respiration, curbing the amount of carbon dioxide they give off.
A new technology searches organisms for dormant genes that could save lives by leading to the next great antibiotic or anticancer drug.