University of Minnesota researchers are working with the City of St. Paul to help improve environmental impact of stormwater infrastructure.
The University of Minnesota recently received a $1.5-million grant to study a potential alternative energy source: fungi.
The Department of American Studies will offer a new program next year that will allow doctoral students to pursue indigenous studies.
A new philosophy class starting this spring will examine conceptual issues in medicine — delving deeper into how medical professionals know what they know.
A University of Minnesota professor is combining neuroscience and law to examine the impact of legislation regarding concussions in youth sports.
The Institute for Global Studies is working to implement a newly-awarded grant to support the department and help fund fellowships for languages that are taught less frequently.
A new study published by University of Minnesota researchers found that working in groups can help students better understand classroom material.
Physics of superheroes, the forgotten gods of Scandinavia and obscure red wines are among the curriculum for some unique University of Minnesota classes.
A recent study at the University of Minnesota is among the first to use a non-invasive research method to investigate cow digestion and improve animal health.
From studying at Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich to making his first trip to Antarctica, Schwarz found a career path that has led him on some of the coldest adventures yet. He has spent more winters at the South Pole than anyone else. He will be finishing up his latest winter this month.