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.
Assistant professor Rebecca Shlafer wants to help break the cycle of trauma for kids with incarcerated parents
Each summer, children who stutter come to the U to become more confident in their communication skills.