But murder is a natural action, according to a study published Wednesday in Nature. The study was organized by Michael L. Wilson, anthropologist at the University of Minnesota.
The nature of chimp violence may shed light on violence in humans. Anthropology professor Michael Wilson comments on his research.
From politics to health care to the economy, even on political giving and race relations, Minnesota men and women hold vastly different opinions, according to a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll. U of M political science associate professor Kathryn Pearson comments.
A conference, sponsored by the Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute at the University of Minnesota aims to spur more substantive economic work on global warming.
U of M College of Liberal Arts' Shayla Thiel-Stern discusses the way young women's behavior is portrayed in the media.
The solar industry is taking root around the state, and University of Minnesota students are contributing. This summer, a team of University graduate students created a web application to explore viable places for solar panels across the state, a technology that some say could receive wide usage.
U of M College of Liberal Arts anthropology professor Gilliane Monnier comments on newly-discovered engravings from the Neanderthal era.
The 2014 Minneapolis-St Paul Business Journal Titans of Technology honorees include geography alumnus Chip Pearson, history alumnus Scott Litman, and political science alumnus Dan Grigsby.
U of M sociology professor Cawo Abdi comments on the recruitment of Americans to fight for groups like ISIS in the Middle East.
John Coleman is starting his first semester as the head of the College of Liberal Arts.
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