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Inside This Issue:

  • Jan. 25 - 2022 U of M Legislative Kickoff Briefing.
  • Awards and Recognition: Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Medical Genomics 2022 grant awardees; and more.

Inside This Issue:

  • Get your COVID-19 booster shot.
  • Feature: Researchers develop first fully 3D-printed, flexible OLED display.
  •  Awards and Recognition: Jian-Ping Wang has been named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will not publish on Dec. 29 and Jan. 5
 

  • Board of Regents December meeting highlights.
  • U of M celebrates GREATER MSP Partnership proposal to create bioinnovation ecosystem.
  •  Awards and Recognition: The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded the University of Minnesota a $615,000 grant for Mapping Prejudice; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will not publish on Dec. 29 and Jan. 5
 

  • Board of Regents meets Dec. 16-17.
  • Features: Hoping for a breakdown; Minnesota makes changes that benefit low-income taxpayers as a result of student advocacy.
  • Awards and Recognition: Alejandra Peña-Gutiérrez and Nisha Botchwey have been named to Twin Cities Business magazine’s TCB 100 list; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will not publish on Dec. 29 and Jan. 5

  • Features: Two special hearts; A journey from undergraduate student to Federal Reserve employee; Child with rare disease makes history with groundbreaking gene therapy.
  • Awards and Recognition: Announcing the inaugural recipients of the Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award; and more.

Inside This Issue:

  • Report vaccination or exemption by Dec. 3.
  • Feature: Wanted: The next generation of food ingredients. 
  • Awards and Recognition: A pair of new funding awards for College of Veterinary Medicine faculty will tackle joint disorders; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will not publish on Nov. 24.

  • Give to the Max Day.
  • Features: Where discovery creates hope; Lights out; Nose-to-tail and beyond. 
  • Awards and Recognition: Carlson School faculty will lead a research effort to explore innovations in how health care can better address societal health issues; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will publish on Thursday, Nov. 18, instead of its scheduled publication day of Nov. 17. Brief will not publish on Nov. 24.

  • 'Native Voices and Visions.'
  • Features: Nursing our planet back to health; Hands-on experience in environmental research.
  • Awards and Recognition: Dante Cicchetti is the recipient of the 2021 Bowlby-Ainsworth Award from the Center for Mental Health Promotion; and more.

Inside This Issue:

Notice: Brief will publish on Thursday, Nov. 18, instead of its scheduled publication day of Nov. 17. Brief will not publish on Nov. 24. 

  • U of M establishes nation-leading tuition assistance program for Native American students.
  • Features: Native Voices and Visions; Startup scales eco-friendly ingredients; Getting to the root of health disparities in kidney disease.
  • Awards and Recognition: The Medical School and the College of Biological Sciences have received $8.5M to expand work studying non-dividing cells that increase with age; and more.

Inside This Issue:

  • Statewide research program to address impact of racism on cardiovascular health inequities.
  • Features: Beekeeping for veterans; Sharing her perspective on African American art.
  • Awards and Recognition: Udall Center secures $11.3M to continue Parkinson’s disease and deep brain stimulation research; and more.