The new Innovation Impact Case Award celebrates work that solves challenges and benefits individuals, organizations, and communities.
University of Minnesota researchers successfully competed for a record amount of external funding last year, pushing past the $1 billion mark for the first time in the University’s history.
As part of Research Ethics Day, experts from UMN and across the globe gathered virtually to discuss how COVID-19 is changing research ethics.
Laurie McGinnis helped connect researchers with funders, practitioners, and policymakers to find research-based solutions for transportation issues.
The Tekne Awards, hosted by the Minnesota Technology Association, highlight the many people and companies driving technology innovation across the state.
The Social Justice Impact Grants will support research into criminal justice reform, housing segregation, achievement gaps, health disparities, and more.
As researchers explore potential treatments for COVID-19, it's important for the public to understand the difference between clinical trials and clinical care.
The record level of research expenditures shows the magnitude of University efforts to advance knowledge and develop new technologies that benefit the public good.
UMN ranked highly overall in the list of universities granted the most patents in 2019 and came in ninth among US public universities.
Clarke will lead efforts to advance knowledge around how cancer develops and to discover better ways to prevent, detect, and treat it.