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Research Snapshot: How life in the Soudan Mine could save the Midwest bat population

White Nose Syndrome was recently confirmed in Minnesota and is expected to kill thousands of bats throughout the state.

Building a Better U

A group of people walks toward the Minnesota State Capitol.

The University is advancing this year’s capital request to the Minnesota Legislature for six projects that will renovate facilities and provide students access to 21st-century learning tools. 

Support the U Day rally held March 29

On Tuesday, March 29, more than 150 University of Minnesota students from all five campuses will rally on Support the U Day to advocate for the University’s 2016 legislative requests.

Chaos or Coherence: Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next President

Senator Amy Klobuchar will open a panel discussion on foreign policy challenges facing the next U.S. President with China, Russia, the Middle East, and around the world

U of M Board of Regents to discuss raising profile of academic health sciences

Health professionals at the University of Minnesota's Academic Health Center (AHC) have a long history of making important discoveries impacting the health of people, animals and communities worldwide.

University of Minnesota professors and alumnus win international award for groundbreaking recommender systems research

Three University of Minnesota computer science and engineering professors and a University of Minnesota alumnus will receive the 2016 Seoul Test of Time Award.

University of Minnesota announces search committee and search firm for Gopher athletics director search

To Understand How a Grain of Stardust is Born

Bob Gehrz

Discoveries at the U of M are showing how physics shaped the Universe.

Student Start-ups Go Big

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Innovative U of M students are taking on the world's biggest challenges

Many Americans don’t tell primary care physicians about complementary and alternative medicine use

More than 40 percent of Americans who use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) do not disclose it...

Building positive food relationships in indigenous populations through games

You know what they say: you are what you eat.

University of Minnesota Morris Research: Crash risk is 5X higher among truckers not adhering to sleep apnea treatment

Truck drivers who fail to adhere to treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) have a fivefold increase in the risk of serious, preventable crashes, according to a new study led by U of M Morris faculty, staff and student researchers and supported by the Roadway Safety Institute at the U of M Twin Cities.

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