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University of Minnesota researchers win Breast Cancer Challenge Award

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Recognition will help further research on exploring genetic connections to breast cancer.

U of M receives major U.S. Department of Energy grant

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Research could improve important technologies such as data storage and power generation.

Scholars team up to show forest biodiversity is green in more ways than one

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A team of scholars from 90 institutions in 44 countries show that biodiversity provides enormous economic benefits. 

New angle on Alzheimer’s disease

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New research suggests that blocking a particular enzyme could help restore memory deficits.

Temperature variations affect catches from marine fisheries

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Diversified harvests help keep food supplies sufficient, U of M-led study says.

Potential target identified for developing new Alzheimer's treatment

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The study could translate to new treatments and provides insight into what may be causing the disease.

Culprit found in breast cancer resistance to tamoxifen

Reuben Harris

Researchers discovered a protein found naturally in cells is responsible resistance to treatment in breast cancer. 

Bell Museum seeking resident artists to interpret science

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Now accepting Resident Artist Research Project applications through November 20, 2016

Globalization hasn’t affected what we grow and eat as much as you think

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UMN study finds the impact of globalization is less than expected when it comes to food we grow and eat. 

Minnesota Water Resources Conference set for October 18-19

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Wetlands, drainage and lessons learned from the Flint water crisis leads 2016 Minnesota Water Resources Conference

All work and no play with children make moms less happy parents

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Researchers studying U.S. parenting experiences finds that mothers are less happy with parenting than fathers.

U of M invests $3.6 million in research addressing Grand Challenges

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The U of M will fund research collaborations addressing critical challenges of Minnesota and the world.

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