Christopher Terry, of the Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication, weighs in on the future of net neutrali
Recipients are pursuing research-oriented careers in mathematics, engineering, and the natural and applied sciences.
Findings also show services linked to better quality of life.
The discovery could have important implications for developing a strategy to stop the spread of HTLV-1.
The Board celebrated members of the University community who received top academic, service and athletic awards.
Continent-wide study finds key to unusual distribution, offers lessons for keeping ecosystems healthy.
School of Public Health air pollution expert Jesse Berman offers insight into U.S. air pollution.
Researchers looked at how benefits and risks tied to unproven interventions are portrayed in patients' online campaigns.
UMN scientists are teaming up with the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe to investigate aspects of lung cancer.
Researchers at the U of M are on the leading edge of treatments for many common and debilitating brain disorders.
The Entrepreneur of the Year award will be awarded at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 8, at the Carlson School's 3M Auditorium.
Biomedical engineering senior Anant Naik wants to combine science and medicine to serve his community even more.
Board to review President’s recommended budget at May meeting.
Jonathan Oliver offers insight into what might affect vector-borne disease spread and severity.
Professors Peter B. Reich and Mikhail Shifman were elected for their excellence in original scientific research.
Peter Hilger can discuss the impacts, and steps the industry and educators must take to fix the problem.
The eight awarded fellows will seek solutions to challenges posed by food insecurity and population growth.
Dr. Harold Tu is among the members tasked with understanding gaps in pain management practices.