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Graduation Success Rate Climbs

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U of M student-athletes have posted a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 88 percent, continuing the long-term trend of GSR increases in Gopher Athletics.

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.

Healing Nerves with 3D Printing

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U of M research could help people who suffer from nerve injuries or disease

U of M President Eric Kaler to visit Hong Kong and South Korea

From Green to Greener

Brian Horgan at the U's Les Bolstad Golf Course

A new U partnership will bring innovation and sustainability to golf courses and other public green spaces.

To Make Our Communities Greener

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Master Gardeners bring research-driven knowledge to the communities they serve and teach.

Going the Distance

A U of M student raises her hands during the Eau Claire Marathon.

A University of Minnesota course on marathon training inspires students and informs research.

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.

Three members of the U of M community inducted into 235th class of members of American Academy of Arts and Sciences

For the 235th time, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences has inducted its newest class of members, including three U of M professors.

To Teach a Cell to Heal Itself

Cell under infrared microscope.

Jakub Tolar is preparing medicine’s third great leap.

To See Autism As a Civil Rights Issue

Elementary school students sitting in a classroom with arms raised.

Jigna Desai is helping all people reach their full potential.