CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

Gloved hand showing flexibility of fully 3D-printed OLED display

UMN research team 3D prints a flexible OLED display

The technology opens the door to more easily fabricated electronic screens for devices like TVs and monitors.


Jian-Ping Wang portrait photo

Professor Jian-Ping Wang to be inducted into the NAI

The electrical engineering faculty member has 65 patents and has founded three startup companies.


CSE grad student Yutong Pang putting samples into a micro-catalytic reactor

Yutong Pang’s secret to finding sustainable solutions

CSE grad student Yutong Pang is ready to bring more chemistry applications to market.


Max Van Wyk de Vries poses in front of a glacial formation in Patagonia, Argentina

Student creates video to raise climate change awareness

In Scotland, Max van Wyk de Vries turned an unfortunate situation into science outreach.


Solar jet eruption

UMN leads new citizen science project to identify solar jets

Volunteers can play a role in learning more about the sun using only their personal computers.


CSE student Ilsa Shobe speed skating

CSE student is a future doctor—and Olympic hopeful

While she trains for the 2026 games, Ilsa Shobe is using physics to help her team skate more efficiently.


CSE in the news

The amazing wonders of physics on display at Northrop Auditorium
Jan. 14: StarTribune;

Jeff Dean Net Worth 2022
Jan. 14: Proick;

Where can you find these granite rock formations?
Jan. 14: The Spectator Post;

What you need to know about COVID variants, Minnesota mask requirements, vaccines and more
Jan. 13: StarTribune;

Two poor boys West: Memoir of a rocket scientist
Jan. 12: Grand Rapids Herald Review;

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