How the cause of the coronavirus disease has evolved to be particularly infectious.
High-tech sleuthing is unlocking secrets of viruses – how they're transmitted, how they evolve and how to stop them.
Workers, businesses adapt to landscape of technology overload, isolation, child care demands and anxiety of the unknown.
Researchers at Stanford University report that they can rejuvenate human cells by reprogramming them back to a youthful state. They hope that the technique will…
"I don't think it's likely that one vaccine alone is going to meet all the different needs we have," says Mayo's Dr. Gregory Poland.
The new federal policy might not affect Minnesota as much as other states, because the state agency handles enforcement for the vast majority of federal regulations.
They might not look like much, but the tiny fragments contain clues about life on the island 1,500 years ago.
The newly established U.S. Space Force launched its first national security satellite Thursday with a leaner staff because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Minnesota Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will review a ruling by the state Court of Appeals that struck down three of PolyMet…
Researchers look at alternatives to chloride to treat icy roads in effort to protect Lake Superior.
Moves to fight coronavirus good for environment, too, but history shows effects won't last
There are more wolves in the wild than at any time since federal wildlife managers initiated efforts to conserve the animals decades ago.
These artists pick up where doctors leave off, enabling patients to feel they blend in after life-altering injuries or surgeries.
The California study focused on finding out what coyotes eat and learning the differences between urban coyotes and their country cousins.
Forensic tests reveal new story on remains believed to be that of Pliny the Elder.
Council members are calling in to meetings and asking constituents to stay home.
Nazi manifesto raises questions on censorship.
The Minnesota DNR said it needs the research for its review of Twin Metals' copper-mine plan.
Copper-mining opponents assailed the decision as a "slap in the face."
Facebook said a bug in its anti-spam system temporarily blocked the publication of links to news stories about the coronavirus. Guy Rosen, Facebook's vice president…
The user manual and schematics for a surface-to-air missile system that Germany's air force still uses were there, without encryption or even password protection.
The U.S. government is coming out with new regulations aimed at changing automotive passenger safety standards that could be barriers to autonomous vehicles.
U.S. internet and wireless providers have announced temporary measures to make getting online less expensive and onerous as enforced social distancing due to the new coronavirus forces more human interaction online.