CSE News & Features
Stories from the College of Science and Engineering
Biomedical engineering research team makes mind-reading possible with electronics and artificial intelligence.
Student clubs, mentors, and an internship gave Abdullahi Abdullahi both technical and leadership skills.
This new, simple technology could make at-home diagnosis of diseases faster and more affordable.
Que, a professor of chemistry, receives one of the highest honors given to a scientist or engineer.
Research could improve efficiency for storing renewable energy and making more sustainable materials.
Delanna Do, a self-proclaimed math nerd, taps U resources to prepare for a future in applied mathematics.
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Electro Information Technology Conference 2022
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Nonin Medical appoints five new board members
May 18: Medical Product Outsourcing;
Study underway to reduce deer-vehicle collisions
May 17: Infotatile;
University of Minnesota technology allows amputees to control a robotic arm with their mind
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