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Rat regret informs decision research

When his graduate student Adam Steiner walked in and announced, "My rats are expressing regret," neuroscience professor David Redish responded along the lines of, "You've got to be kidding." Redish uses rats to probe fundamental mechanisms of decision-making, and sees no reason other animals’...

Rat regret informs decision research

Looking out further to the SHORE

When U alumna Emily Johnson created her performance piece The Thank-you Bar at the "old" Northrop Auditorium four years ago, she had no idea what it would eventually spawn. That piece was robust in and of itself. It arose from a deep sense of displacement for Johnson from her home and traditions...

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Looking out further to the SHORE

How chaos may be organized

We know highly creative people and those with schizophrenia share many genes. U student Rachel Grazioplene is using what we know about apophenia—the ability to connect unrelated details—to find how traits in the brains of healthy people protect them from developing mental illness.

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How chaos may be organized

Wait for it … The Green Line is here

Seems like just a decade ago that we were talking about the prospects and details of a light rail transit line coming through campus. Well, it’s finally here. The Green Line will officially begin service on June 14, linking downtown St. Paul to downtown Minneapolis and running through the heart...

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Wait for it … The Green Line is here

Team effort

A scholarship created 20 years ago by the late Kirby Puckett and Tonya Puckett Miller continues to inspire recipients to give back to their communities.

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Team effort

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