Recognition will help further research on exploring genetic connections to breast cancer.
Research could improve important technologies such as data storage and power generation.
A team of scholars from 90 institutions in 44 countries show that biodiversity provides enormous economic benefits.
New research suggests that blocking a particular enzyme could help restore memory deficits.
Diversified harvests help keep food supplies sufficient, U of M-led study says.
The study could translate to new treatments and provides insight into what may be causing the disease.
Researchers discovered a protein found naturally in cells is responsible resistance to treatment in breast cancer.
Now accepting Resident Artist Research Project applications through November 20, 2016
UMN study finds the impact of globalization is less than expected when it comes to food we grow and eat.
Wetlands, drainage and lessons learned from the Flint water crisis leads 2016 Minnesota Water Resources Conference
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.