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University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

We seek new knowledge that can change how we all work and live. At the University of Minnesota, students do research alongside top professors in all majors.

We prepare students to meet the great challenges facing our state, our nation, and our world. As a U of M student you'll engage with your professors and fellow students from the very beginning. And you'll develop your strengths with beyond-the-classroom experiences.

We apply our expertise to meet the needs of Minnesota, our nation, and the world.

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Researchers from the Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) Network, which includes the University of Washington, used MRI to demonstrate that in babies who later develop autism, the amygdala grows too rapidly in infancy.
A new study led by an Iowa State University scientist details the structure of a critical enzyme that enables the coronavirus to resist antiviral medications. Scientists could use the study to find ways to inhibit the enzyme, possibly leading to more effective treatments.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the production and use of a low-cost ventilator called Coventor first conceived by a team of University of Minnesota researchers
The University of Minnesota has launched two clinical trials to test the drug hydroxychloroquine. One trial examines the drug's effectiveness in preventing COVID-19 disease.
Minnesota researchers orchestrated the state’s fastest on-site testing for COVID-19
A University of Minnesota team, led by researcher Fang Li, studied how mutations that changed the structure of a SARS-CoV-2 protein enabled it to attach more securely to human cells than its predecessor, infect human cells better, and spread faster.
A team of University of Minnesota researchers have been using a new technology developed by the Swedish company Olink to improve ovarian cancer screening
U of M is running a trial using a combination protein that bridges an immune cell and a tumor cell to drive tumor cell killing power exponentially