CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

CSE student Tanmay Agarwal

CSE student finds niche in research and podcasting

Tanmay Agarwal discusses AI, undergraduate research, and his new affinity for podcasts.


Planet and stardust

Study helps explain carbon's role in life on earth

Work involving a University of Minnesota researcher finds that we really may be "made of stardust."


CSE student Brian Carrick

CSE student awarded 2021 Goldwater Scholarship

Brian Carrick is one of two U of M juniors who have been recognized as Goldwater Scholars.


Side view of heart valve implanted with measurement

Lab-created heart valves can grow with recipient

Research is a step forward in reducing the need for pediatric valve replacement surgeries.


A neuron up close

Mini-microscope provides insight into brain functions

University of Minnesota research offers important new tool for studying human neural activity.


Allison Hubel portrait

Q&A with Allison Hubel, first woman to lead TLI

The CSE professor discusses being the Technological Leadership Institute's first woman director.


CSE in the news

North of Two: 'Water Watchers,' and resource status
April 8: International Falls Journal;

Starting a sound & straightforward safety program
April 8: Construction Business Owner;

Muon’s escalating challenge to the standard model
April: 7: Physics Magazine;

Researchers create lab-made heart valves that grow with patient
April 6: BioMedWire

Form DEFR14A Lifeloc Technologies
April 6: StreetInsider;

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CSE magazine

Inventing Tomorrow is published by the College of Science and Engineering twice a year for alumni and friends. Read the latest issue.

The front cover of the Winter 2021 CSE magazine

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