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"Super sponge” promises effective toxic clean-up of lakes and more

Sponge before and after mercury removal

Mercury is toxic and removing it from water is challenging. Professor Abdennour Abbas and team created a sponge to help.

Beating addiction: a nondrug approach

A runner in long black tights ties on a running shoe.

A veteran U researcher’s work underlies much of the progress in understanding and treating addiction.

New technology rewarms large-scale tissues preserved at low temperatures

Bischof and team

Groundbreaking discovery  is major step forward in increased availability of organs and tissues for transplantation.

Tackling substance abuse together

Young people talk with a middle-aged counselor.

A Duluth pharmacy faculty member helps a northern Minnesota community fight heroin and opioid addiction.

Regents to meet on Duluth campus

Commitment to addressing rural and Native American health care will be discussed, among other topics.

 

Back home and up in the booth

Kyndra de St. Aubin holding a soccer ball

U of M alum and former Gopher soccer player Kyndra de St. Aubin will be the TV color commentator for Minnesota United FC—the only female in that role in Major League Soccer.

U of M to partner with City of Ramsey through Resilient Communities Project

Ramsey skyline

The RCP-Ramsey partnership will engage hundreds of University of Minnesota students during 2017–2018 academic year.

Immigration History Research Center launches new website, curriculum

Thiago Heilman

The projects serve teachers nationwide and empower immigrants to tell their own stories. 

New approach to diagnosing mental disorders could be alternative to DSM-5

HiTOP Group

A consortium of researchers proposes new approach to diagnosing mental disorders.

U of M to host Minnesota Sparks event in Willmar

Cells

MN Sparks brings U researchers—who are tackling the state's critical issues—into conversation with the community. 

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