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3D image of magnified nerves

Healing Nerves with 3D Printing

U of M research could help people who suffer from nerve injuries or disease
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/healing-nerves-3d-printing
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
11/03/2015
Brian Horgan at the U's Les Bolstad Golf Course

From Green to Greener

A new U partnership will bring innovation and sustainability to golf courses and other public green spaces.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/green-greener
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
11/02/2015
Cell under infrared microscope.

To Teach a Cell to Heal Itself

Jakub Tolar is preparing medicine’s third great leap.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/teach-cell-heal-itself
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
To Revolutionize Medicine

To Revolutionize Medicine

Angela Mortari aims to 3D print transplant organs for those who need them. 
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/revolutionize-medicine
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
lightbulbs

Turning Research into Startups

The U of M has always been an economic engine for Minnesota. Lately, the engine is roaring.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/turning-research-startups
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
10/05/2015
Anu Ramaswami

Reimagining Cities

The U’s Anu Ramaswami is leading a vast new network of academics, scientists, industry leaders, and policy partners studying ways to make cities more sustainable and “livable.”  
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/reimagining-cities
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
09/10/2015
Colorful red, yellow, blue, and black panorama of a nebula.

Weirdos of the Universe

Studying tiny particles called neutrinos, U researchers tackle the classic enigma “Why are we here?”
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/weirdos-universe
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
09/14/2015
A senior woman pets a dog sitting on her lap.

Can Remote Monitoring Improve Alzheimer's Care?

New technology could reduce caregiver stress and help people with Alzheimer’s and dementia-related conditions live independently longer.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/can-remote-monitoring-improve-alzheimers-care
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
01/25/2018
Cancer survivor Scott Nelson stands on a concrete path amongst a forest of trees with his hands crossed.

Through Trials

Faced with a deadly disease, many people participate in clinical trials as the ultimate way to help others.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/through-trials
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
08/17/2015
Five female lions walk as a group on grassy ground, lit by a low sun.

How Lions Became Social

Behavioral scientists have puzzled over why lions, of all cats, should live in groups. A new study answers: The landscape did it.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/how-lions-became-social
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
08/11/2015
A row of purple loosestrife.

What Feeds (and Feeds on) Invasive Plants

A new study led by U researchers provides unprecedented insight into differences in the way native and invasive plant species operate.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/what-feeds-and-feeds-invasive-plants
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
08/04/2015

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