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U of M hosts free Math and Science Family Fun Fair on Saturday, Nov. 21

University of Minnesota to host conference on “Research with Human Participants: The National Debates”

Cougars likely to recolonize middle part of U.S. within the next 25 years

A groundbreaking new study shows that cougars, also known as mountain lions and pumas, are likely to recolonize portions of habitat in the middle part of the United States within the next 25 years.

To Better Grasp the Future

Human hand holding a robotic hand.

Dr. D. Subbaram Naidu is creating a five-finger prosthetic hand that can do most anything a human hand can do.

USGA Partnership

USGA and University of Minnesota: Working for Golf's Future

The United States Golf Association (USGA) and the University of Minnesota (UMN) announced a five-year master research partnership to study and develop solutions to golf’s present and future challenges.

U Of M Technological Leadership Institute Director Dr. Massoud Amin Receives Visionary Leader Award From Cyber Security Summit

Dr. Massoud Amin, Director of the Technological Leadership Institute, has received the 2015 Visionary Leader Award from Cyber Security Summit.

Robert Cabana to visit U of M campus

U Of M Technological Leadership Institute hosts 2015 Cyber Security Summit

The University of Minnesota Technological Leadership Institute (TLI) is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the fifth annual Cyber Security Summit. As cyber threats continue to evolve and become more complex, it has become increasingly important for cross-sector collaboration to address the issue. The Cyber Security Summit provides a forum for leaders from academia, business and government to discuss the problem and begin to develop solutions.

Biodiversity stabilizes ecosystems during climate extremes

Vines add surprising variable to tropical forest carbon storage

U of M Receives Human Research Protection Status: Reaccreditation-Pending

University of Minnesota begins $92.5 million renovation of historic building

More than 135 people, including legislators, alumni, University leaders, and faculty are scheduled to attend an invitation-only Tate Science and Teaching ceremonial groundbreaking.