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University of Minnesota selected as hub for NIH program to accelerate new inventions to the market

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The National Institutes of Health has chosen the U of M as one of three Research Evaluation and Commercialization Hub sites to help commercialize and transfer technology in biomedical and life sciences.

U of M president proposes modest tuition increase

Access, affordability and academic excellence are at the center of University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler’s proposed fiscal year 2016 (FY16) operating budget.

SCOTUS Immigration Victory for Innovative Law School Program: The Center for New Americans

U of M a hub for this year’s Northern Spark arts festival

John and Nancy Lindahl announce $17 million gift to University of Minnesota

Minnesota Bests Wisconsin in Border Battle

A male cheerleader carries and M flag around the perimeter of TCF Bank Stadium.

The University of Minnesota has claimed the 2014-15 Border Battle over the University of Wisconsin in the annual rivalry that tracks head-to-head and comparative results in 22 sports. The Golden Gophers outscored the Badgers 465-415.

String Quartet Helps Us ‘Hear’ Climate Change

A student plays his cello.

U of M geography student Daniel Crawford has created a new composition for string quartet that’s the basis of a popular video, “Planetary Bands, Warming World.” The music provides a visceral illustration of climate change in northern latitudes.

We All Would Fly

A child holds a butterfly in front of his face.

As they race to give “butterfly children” a future beyond their fifth birthday, U physicians seek a treatment for all genetic diseases.

Sharing your fish tales? There’s a (new U of M) app for that