by Kevin Coss
Researchers are exploring the aesthetic factors that make produce acceptable in consumers' eyes—and how to market imperfect-looking, but nutritious, food.
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.
by Deane Morrison
The MagiCoil detects the virus in blood and respiratory material and delivers results in as little as 10 minutes via smartphone.
The design for a low-cost ventilator brought to life by a team of UMN researchers and industry collaborators is now freely available to manufacturers.
Clarke will lead efforts to advance knowledge around how cancer develops and to discover better ways to prevent, detect, and treat it.
Researchers are investigating how to optimize intimate partner/domestic and sexual violence services for Minnesotans as the need grows but resources become more limited.
Stephen Wiesner made his database of pathology microscope slides free to instructors who need to train their students to spot diseases in laboratory samples.
UMN scientists have laid the groundwork for designing drugs to block the novel coronavirus from attaching itself to, and infecting, human cells.
This year's Research Ethics Day conference explored the pressing ethical issues around collecting, analyzing, storing, and sharing data.
Launching new companies based on UMN research does more than bring new technologies to the market—it also invigorates the state’s broader tech ecosystem.