With the weather getting cooler and the days shorter, individuals may notice that they have more difficulty sleeping. A recent U of M study noted that exposure to daytime light has a positive impact on sleep and mood in the evening.
The University of Minnesota successfully competed for $1.15 billion in external research funding in fiscal year 2021, a 31 percent jump that pushed it well past the $1 billion award mark for the first time in the University’s history.
U of M researchers have developed a novel virus-like particle vaccine against COVID-19. Having been successfully tested in animals, the novel vaccine offers a new approach in the global battle against COVID-19 and its emerging variants.
At its September meetings, the Board of Regents will discuss how the University is investing in safety on its Twin Cities campus, as well as with partners off-campus in the neighborhoods where students, faculty and staff live and work.
U of M School of Public Health researchers successfully tested a new method for measuring structural racism as a multidimensional determinant of health, the Multidimensional Measure of Structural Racism (MMSR).
As a lifelong hunter and an environmental health graduate student concentrating in infectious diseases, Cory Anderson harbors a passion both personal and professional when it comes to chronic wasting disease, or CWD.