Today Regent Patricia Simmons announced her resignation from the University of Minnesota Board of Regents.
President Kaler presented the University’s capital request to the MN Senate and House higher education committees.
When families in rural counties lose maternity services, risks related to childbirth rise for mothers and babies.
UMN researchers set out to discover what's behind significant changes in arctic tundra habitat.
The state-funded grants for UMN/Mayo research team science proposals total just under $5 million.
An team of UMN researchers found some bacteria that absorb and accumulate phosphate may play a role in tooth decay.
Kaler focused on the overall impact and importance of higher education
Markedly higher levels of health-promoting fatty acids reported
“Research Integrity and Trustworthy Science” will be held at the University of Minnesota on Thursday, March 8, 2018.
President Kaler was joined Board of Regents Chair David McMillan, three current U of M students and a U of M professor.
The event brings three U researchers—who are tackling the area’s critical issues—into conversation with the community.
At seventh address, President Eric Kaler will reflect on the past year and outline his priorities for the year ahead.
The tech, licensed to local company Sentera, will help growers minimize fertilizer use while preserving yield, profits
The first-of-its-kind study could shape future treatments and research.
Among the stars for Team USA in its thrilling victory over Canada for the Gold medal were a host of players with U of M
Today, President Eric Kaler emphasized the need to renew U of M facilities across the state.
Scientists have positioned themselves to better understand how rust fungi infect crops and evolve virulence.
U of M contributes $8.6 billion a year in economic activity—supporting 77,000 jobs, generating $470 million in taxes.
A new study shows precipitation variability has increased significantly on 49 percent of the world's grazing land.