CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

A plasma reactor used to convert titanium tetrachloride into pure titanium powder

Investing in Minnesota’s future—and titanium

A CSE team is finding a more sustainable way to process the state's titanium resources.


Human skin cells entrapped in an aligned fibrin gel

Study provides clues to cell movement mystery

A new game-changing discovery could have a major impact on many medical fields.


U of M CSE Ph.D. student Viktor Radermacher poses with dinosaur fossils in Tate Hall

New fossil sheds light on dinosaur evolution

An international research team discovered that not all dinosaurs breathed in the same way.


Researcher Peter Christenson posing for a photo in his lab

Student combines physics with biology to tackle CWD

Peter Christenson is working to more efficiently and quickly detect the fatal deer disease.


A technology illustration

Cisco collaboration explores frontier of data technologies

CSE researchers are leading several new and exciting projects funded by the tech company.


Ammonia plant

CSE researchers part of $10M DOE grant

The project aims to develop low- and zero-carbon ammonia for agriculture and industry.


CSE in the news

Leading Gene Writing Company Tessera Therapeutics Announces Pivotal Expansion of Leadership Team
July 14: Yahoo Finance

Linode Announces Joseph Zhou as Chief Information Security Officer
July 14: Daily Times Leader

Andries named Academic All-America for second consecutive year
July 12: Gopher Sports;

This week in the history of computing
July 12: Tinusaur;

AAS Journal Author Series: Roberta Humphreys and Kris Davidson on 2021AJ....161...98H
July 11: AAS;

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