As his departure from academia nears, Chris Cramer reflects on his time at UMN, the strengths of the research enterprise, and misconceptions about academic research.
Three years after launching the Turing Tumble to teach computing concepts using marbles, Paul Boswell and his team are bringing a second game to market.
The projects seek to advance cutting-edge technologies that transform the way people access, manage, and protect data.
As global carbon dioxide levels rise, the degree of biodiversity in grasslands is vital to their ability to function as carbon “sinks.”
A new, independent research institute stands to put the Twin Cities at the epicenter of innovation for bioindustrial manufacturing.
Lessons from the Pandemic for Cancer Screening and Care
Talking Aquatic Invasive Species with UMN
Animal Production Responsible for Vast Majority of Air Quality-Related Health Impacts from US Food
Talking Teenage Mental Health with the UMN
PK-12 Students, Families and Educators Agree Learning Occurred, but More Mental Health Resources Are Needed
With a $4.3 Million NASA Grant, UMN Faculty Member to Lead Efforts Aimed at Disentangling the Origins of Protein Translation