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The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) has published a list of patents that have been awarded to University researchers during the past few m
The research of MSI PI George Weiblen has been in the news lately – both New Yorker magazine and the UK news
Two MSI Principal Investigators were co-leads on a study that shows how temperatures can vary from cities to surrounding areas with less pavement and cement.
Three MSI PIs were among the U of M faculty who received Fall 2015 Mini Grants from the Institute on the Environment.
Three MSI Principal Investigators are among the University of Minnesota faculty featured in the U’s latest Driven to Discover campaign.
Associate Professor Jennifer Powers, an MSI Principal Investigator from the
MSI PI Carol Cardona (Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences
Professor William Arnold, an MSI Principal Investigator in the Department of Civil,
MSI PI Kelvin Lim (Psychiatry) is featured in the Fall 2015 issue of the
The Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) recently received a $1 million grant to use “big data” and predictive analytics to identify disease outb