CSE News & Features

Stories from the College of Science and Engineering

Musical instruments don’t spread aerosols far

U of M researchers are helping the Minnesota Orchestra maximize safety during performances.

 

Tinnitus devices illustration

New research could help millions who have tinnitus

University of Minnesota associate professor Hubert Lim is senior author of the study.

 

Q&A with CSE alumnus Anthony Tabet

Tabet founded the MIT Science Policy Review to encourage public discussion on critical scientific topics.

 

CSE professor receives 'Genius grant'

The prestigious MacArthur Fellowship rewards faculty who illustrate originality and creative pursuits.

 

Researchers use AI to analyze chest X-rays for COVID-19

The algorithm is now in use at all 12 M Health Fairview hospitals in the Twin Cities area.

 

CSE startups win top prizes at 2020 MN Cup

CounterFlow Technologies and BlueCube Bio leverage CSE research to impact health and the environment.

 

CSE in the news

WPI welcomes 19 new full-time faculty members
Oct. 20: Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

Kettering University to honor GM’s Barra and others, and more
Oct. 19: DBusiness

Musical instruments don’t spread aerosols as far as you might think
Oct. 18: StarTribune

Contact dance in the time of COVID-19: Carl Flink’s Black Label Movement and Dr. Jon Hallberg of UMN bring dancers together
Oct. 18: The Dance Enthusiast

US Army and researchers 3D print microfluidic channels on curved surface in an open lab
Oct. 16: 3D Print

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This cover image of the Winter 2020 magazine features two students looking at a pocket-sized robot.

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