CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

A polymer “wafer” that, when placed under the tongue, can effectively deliver and preserve protein-based vaccines for diseases

Researchers create new way to deliver vaccines

Polymer ‘wafers’ placed under the tongue could make vaccines of the future more accessible.

 

A microscope image of quartz samples discovered at a meteor impact site in Minnesota

Geologists find first-ever Minnesota meteor crash site

CSE researchers found an underground crater from an ancient meteorite impact near the Twin Cities.

 

CSE student Nibir Sarma on Jeopardy! with host Alex Trebek

CSE student returning to ‘Jeopardy!’

Chemical engineering junior Nibir Sarma will compete in the game show's Tournament of Champions.

 

T cell is changing shape

New study optimizes immune system to fight cancer

First-of-its-kind study shows how engineered immune cells move faster to attack the tumor.

 

Alexis Bern standing outside.

CSE senior has saving the planet on her mind

Alexis Bern turned UMN opportunities and resources into advantages for herself and others.

 

A gold camp box with Goldy Gopher printed on it

A U of M STEM camp packed in a box

CSE and the Recwell's camp-in-a-box program offers STEM learning at home for K-12 students.

 

CSE in the news

From PPE to testing: Emerging technologies from COVID-19
June 10: Tech Briefs

Astrobites at AAS 238: Day 3
June 10: Astrobites

Two University of Minnesota students named 2021 Astronaut Scholars
June 9: UMN News and Events

Adaptive management strategies can improve deicing operations
June 9: MN Transportation Research

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Joins iRODS Consortium
June 8: HPC Wire

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