The University of Minnesota’s Gopher Chauffeur program officially expanded from three to seven nights per week last Monday in an effort to get more students home safely on weeknights.
With Minnesota’s open enrollment period starting in two weeks, a University of Minnesota researcher is looking into hotspots across the state where people are less likely to have health insurance.
With the world’s population on the rise and food scarcity becoming a major concern, a University of Minnesota researcher believes that insects are the answer to feeding the world.
With many veterinarians untrained in properly rehabilitating injured wild animals, the University of Minnesota is bringing experts from across the country together to save more wildlife.
In a University of Minnesota apparel design class, curriculum is combined with charity as students create hundreds of clothing items from scratch for Ugandan girls in need.
The Food and Drug Administration announced a new regulation for e-cigarette companies this month that has received a split reaction from students and faculty at the University of Minnesota.
The investigation into the sexual assault case against Chinese billionaire Richard Liu has been turned over to prosecutors, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced in a Thursday press release.
With mental health a widely-discussed issue at the University of Minnesota, some students have expressed that there is a shortage of therapy sessions available to them.
In an effort to help them through difficult procedures in the clinical research process, a new center supporting researchers opened at the University of Minnesota last week. The Clinical Research Support Center, located in Diehl Hall, was initiated by the University’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute.
Recent studies published by University of Minnesota researchers examined childhood cancer rates, cholesterol in children and a new technology that increases battery life.