Adams-Ender has been named one of the 350 women who changed the world by Working Women magazine.
Researchers discovered a protein found naturally in cells is responsible resistance to treatment in breast cancer.
Health and safety efforts system-wide aim to provide a safe, secure, welcoming and healthy environment for all.
Now accepting Resident Artist Research Project applications through November 20, 2016
UMN study finds the impact of globalization is less than expected when it comes to food we grow and eat.
Wetlands, drainage and lessons learned from the Flint water crisis leads 2016 Minnesota Water Resources Conference
Researchers studying U.S. parenting experiences finds that mothers are less happy with parenting than fathers.
Mark Vagle teaches teachers how to use social class-sensitive practices in their classrooms.
In October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month), The Aurora Center launches a campaign to end relationship violence.
The U of M will fund research collaborations addressing critical challenges of Minnesota and the world.
gener8tor to run the Office for Technology Commercialization’s Discovery Capital program
Groundbreaking discovery could potentially prevent need for repeated surgeries in children.
Measurement of optical torque by scientists holds promise for industrial and consumer devices
New map sheds light on the genetic roots of diseases.
U of M awarded a grant totaling $9.07 million over the next five years to improve the lives of Parkinson’s patients.
Free app upgrade unlocks huge amounts of data previously only available in print or PDF
Reuben Harris and team pinpoint enzyme that causes mutation in tumor cells
Twin Cities metro area ranks #12 in access to jobs by car, #23 in loss of access to jobs by car due to congestion