UMN in the News
Fire, fertilizer and other human influences can hurt or help plant growth, but they only destabilize the ecosystem over time when they hurt plant diversity, according to a new University of Minnesota study.
As a queer Hmong woman, University of Minnesota graduate student Xay Yang said she has sometimes had difficulties navigating through life.
University of Minnesota researchers overseeing a major drug trial in West Africa are having to play catch-up with the Ebola virus, which emerged there last year, killed thousands of people — and then retreated before researchers could test two experimental vaccines against it.
As more luxury housing options pop up near the University of Minnesota campus, school leaders are planning to revamp the institution’s student housing strategy, last updated in 2009.
Republicans in the Minnesota House have released a higher education bill that does not increase funding for the University of Minnesota.
Top researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School made their case to legislators Tuesday for a $30 million infusion they say will help spur medical innovations and help develop cures for diseases such as HIV and prostate cancer.
With the help of the University of Minnesota, Kathy Hart, joined the National Kidney Registry Pair Exchanged Program in need of a kidney.
Equipped with new technology that can precisely identify the origin of obsidian tools—even down to a single lava vein in a specific volcano—scientists have come to believe that Arteni was a central component in what amounts to a far-reaching Paleolithic arms industry.