University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
College of Biological Sciences


Sleeping Beauty, back in business After 13 million years of slumber, the Sleeping Beauty transposon wakes up to a bright future in cancer immunotherapy.

"Identification of sex-specific molecular markers using restriction site-associated DNA sequencing" (published last year) by David Zarkower and Tony Gamble was highlighted by Molecular Ecology Resources as one of several “substantial advances” published in 2014 in the field of molecular ecology.

Dan Voytas recognized for connecting research to marketplace CBS researcher who developed a precise gene-modification technique receives University’s inaugural Entrepreneurial Researcher Award.

A closer look at cilia  GCD's Richard Linck uncovers structure, protein elements within cilia critical to human function and disease.