A Q&A with David Redish, Ph.D., who says it's the human condition that has always intrigued him.
A researcher looks to the pet store to find a better model of the adult human immune system.
The generosity of patients and philanthropic organizations alike advances research to reduce kidney complications for people who have type 1 diabetes.
Are people who are exposed to money more likely to work hard and be generous? Read about the research of Kathleen Vohs, Land O'Lakes Chair in Marketing.
At the U of M, a focus on precision agriculture is changing the way we look at farming.
New leader brings an inclusive approach—and an innovative treatment concept—to the U’s Department of Psychiatry.
With donor support, U researchers make another leap toward a cure for Alzheimer's disease.
An estate gift from a notable U of M graduate allows the School of Nursing to continue its legacy of bold innovations.
One doctor's on-the-job frustrations led to a program designed to get more pediatric medical devices to children who need them.
Experts across the University of Minnesota are working on ways to make sure all children succeed.