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U of M Board of Regents to host public forum on human subjects research program

Diversity is key to stability, grassland study finds

Seeing His Wife for the First Time

James Kelm standing with nurses and doctors using his bionic eye for the fist time.

Legally blind for more than 20 years, James Kelm had never seen his wife, Kimberley. That changed when U doctors gave the Duluth pastor a bionic eye.

A Champion’s New Strategy

Harsh Mankad.

Harsh Mankad came to the U of M from Mumbai to study economics and play tennis, and he became an NCAA singles champion. Now retired from tennis, the MBA student is leveraging the skills he developed on the court to excel in business.

Dark matter may not be completely dark after all

For the first time dark matter may have been observed interacting with other dark matter in a way other than through the force of gravity. Observations of colliding galaxies made with European Southern Observatory’s (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT) and the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have picked up the first intriguing hints about the nature of this mysterious component of the Universe.

Higher Education: Kaler calls proposed zero percent increase in House ‘very disappointing’ for Minnesota students and families

Pop-up Park

A rendering of The Sweet Spot, a pop-up park running April 20 through May 10 on the WAM Plaza.

In the last weeks of spring semester, students will turn Weisman Art Museum's concrete plaza into green space.

How Great Teachers Inspire

Gold medallion with embossed tree and words "Academy of Distinguished Teachers" against a maroon background.

The University honors 16 outstanding teachers and mentors, from the undergraduate to the graduate/professional level.

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