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New leader tapped for University of Minnesota’s AIS Research Center

The next director of the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center Nicholas Phelps

The next director of the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center (MAISRC) at the U will be Nicholas Phelps. 

President Kaler: Special session necessary to finish Legislature’s work

A group of people walks toward the Minnesota State Capitol.

Today, University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler responded to the 2016 session of the Minnesota Legislature.

Gut bacteria may predict chemotherapy risk

Background of colorful, fanciful drawings of microbial cells.

A cancer patient’s intestinal bacteria may predict the risk of blood infections after chemotherapy.

Printing a human heart

illustration of computer printing 3D heart

Karlie Gause's care team used a 3D printer to create an exact replica of her heart.

Nine University of Minnesota students receive Fulbright Awards

Students studying

Nine students and alumni of the UMN have been awarded grants to study and teach abroad during the 2016-17 academic year by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Baseball team captures Big Ten title

Gopher baseball players celebrate at Siebert Field, complete with their Big Ten championship trophy.

The Golden Gopher baseball team claimed its first Big Ten title since 2010 following a dramatic 4-3 win over Ohio State.

New UMN Law School Public Interest Residency Program Expands Career Opportunities

Walter F. Mondale Hall

Innovative program connects leading public interest and government organizations with high-achieving law students

Finding fertilizer’s environmental sweet spot

tractor spraying fields

New study led by U of M researchers improves understanding of nitrogen’s greenhouse gas impacts

UMN launches research to help reduce zebra mussel spread

zebra mussels

UMN will partner with Tonka Bay Marina, Brunswick Freshwater Boat Group and DNR to help reduce zebra mussel spread

On the future of food

David MacLennan speaks at the University of Minnesota.

Cargill chair and CEO David W. MacLennan spoke at the U recently about the challenges and opportunities we face in feeding the world sustainably.

Bell Museum launches the midwest’s first comprehensive online ‘Biodiversity Atlas’

Mississippi River

The Bell Museum at the University of Minnesota has launched the first web portal providing access to all of its biodiversity collections

Biomarker may predict recurrence in endometrial cancer patients

Endometrial cancer is the most common gynecologic cancer in the U.S. 

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