CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

Conductive nature in crystal structures revealed

U of M study opens up possibilities for new transparent materials that conduct electricity.


Air purifiers help reduce virus spread in music classrooms

CSE professor Suo Yang is working with the School of Music to make in-person instruction safer.


Neutron star X-rays could be proof of new particle

‘Axions' could help scientists learn more about dark matter and solve several mysteries of the universe.


Apps curb pandemic spread and protect user privacy

CSE professor provides insight on new app that alerts those who may have been exposed to the virus.


Researchers develop new way to create metamaterials

Discovery is a big step forward for materials used in applications including optical devices and sensors.


Onri Benally is hardwired for science

CSE researcher finds niche building spintronic chips in the Nano Magnetism and Quantum Spintronics lab.


CSE in the news

Open or closed? Local museums welcome back visitors as COVID-19 restrictions lift slowly
Jan. 22: Minnesota Daily;

Faces of EHS: For Maryann Hoff, safety is more than just a job
Jan. 22: EHS Daily Advisor;

NERC 2021 Leadership Summit
Jan. 21: NERC;

ytoSorbents appoints David D. Cox, PhD, MBA as Vice President - Global Regulatory Affairs
Jan. 21: Associated Press;

Seven faculty members honored with outstanding distinctions
Jan. 20: University of Arkansas News;

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