Researchers studying U.S. parenting experiences finds that mothers are less happy with parenting than fathers.
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.
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
U of M anthropology professor Katherine Hayes and her students are unearthing a fuller story of Fort Snelling.
Ten years after landmark study, researchers find Americans consider religion central to morality and national identity.
Interdisciplinary Research Leaders, led by U of M, will consist of 15 teams of researchers solving health challenges.