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We All Would Fly

A child holds a butterfly in front of his face.

As they race to give “butterfly children” a future beyond their fifth birthday, U physicians seek a treatment for all genetic diseases.

U of M molecular biologist selected as HHMI investigator

Reuben Harris, Ph.D, was selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) as an HHMI Investigator and will receive the flexible support necessary to progress his research in creative new directions.

U of M implementation team releases draft work plan to strengthen human subjects research

Draft work plan to advance U of M human subjects research to be made available May 18

A draft work plan to advance the University of Minnesota’s human subjects research program will be available for public comment on the Advancing Human Subjects Research website beginning Monday, May 18.

Infant antibiotic use linked to adult diseases

Protecting Us from Avian Flu

Photograph of a turkey from the neck up.

The U of M is playing a key role in Minnesota’s response to control the virus and aid food producers. 

U of M Institute discovers how aspirin fights cancer

American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects three U of M faculty to 2015 class

Three University of Minnesota professors have been elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies. Dante Cicchetti, Allen Isaacman and Donald Truhlar.

Seven University of Minnesota Seniors Receive Fulbright Awards

Seeing His Wife for the First Time

James Kelm standing with nurses and doctors using his bionic eye for the fist time.

Legally blind for more than 20 years, James Kelm had never seen his wife, Kimberley. That changed when U doctors gave the Duluth pastor a bionic eye.