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Closing the opportunity gap with class-sensitive teaching

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Mark Vagle teaches teachers how to use social class-sensitive practices in their classrooms.

U of M Aurora Center to participate in Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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In October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month), The Aurora Center launches a campaign to end relationship violence. 

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.

For cardiac arrest, cath lab or ICU?

It’s a $5.7 million question.

U of M and gener8tor announce partnership to boost support for U startups

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gener8tor to run the Office for Technology Commercialization’s Discovery Capital program 

Artificial blood vessels developed in the lab can grow with the recipient

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Groundbreaking discovery could potentially prevent need for repeated surgeries in children.

UMTC to host Ready Campus event

University of Minnesota Department of Emergency Management

As part of FEMA’s National Preparedness Month, a Ready Campus fair will take place at UMTC Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016.

Photons do the twist, and scientists can now measure it

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Measurement of optical torque by scientists holds promise for industrial and consumer devices

Landmark genetic interaction map reveals the networks of cellular life

Gene Map

New map sheds light on the genetic roots of diseases.

UMN doctor researches new way to treat spinal cord injuries

A diagram drawing that illustrates the 3D-printed scaffold used to treat spinal cord injuries

In today’s medical technology world, there are no effective therapies for spinal cord injuries (SCIs).

Upcoming Events on the Twin Cities Campus

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Select events from Sept. 22 through Oct. 5.

CIDRAP joins global alliance to fight antimicrobial resistance

The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) is helping pave the way...

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