Do you know what
the University of Minnesota does for you?
Together with communities across this great state, we're driving discoveries in the fields of food, water, and health that make all of our lives tastier, safer, healthier—and just plain better. Here are some of those stories.
A small community is making big changes in its food environment to improve the health of future generations.
Researchers at the U of M have found success in a treatment for a fatal cancer in canines that could someday lead to a cure for similar cancers in humans.
U of M researcher Charlie Rohwer is partnering with Minnesota hops producers to breed new varieties of hops for the state’s climate and its brewers.
Where drugs failed, U of M researchers helped suffering horses regain pain-free movement. This new approach has profound implications for treating human diseases like osteoarthritis.
U of M Duluth research is on course to prevent blue-green algae blooms in Lake Superior.
The University of Minnesota's world-renowned apple breeding program has delivered another success with the release of the very memorable First Kiss.
U of M researchers pursue biosecurity innovation, so Minnesota’s poultry industry can continue its success story.
When towns and businesses tap University of Minnesota expertise, costs drop and water quality rises.
A partnership between the US Geological Survey and the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center is testing solutions to control zebra mussels on Minnesota’s lakes.