Posted November 23, 2021
A team of researchers from the NSF Center for Sustainable Polymers have developed a chemical technology of combined fermentation and chemical refining that can produce petroleum-like liquids from renewable plants.
Posted November 19, 2021
Join the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) for a dazzling light show designed by science and engineering students. The high-tech light show features more than 250,000 LED lights set to music written and recorded by University of Minnesota students.
Posted November 17, 2021
An international team of researchers from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and Kiel University in Germany have discovered a path that could lead to shape-shifting ceramic materials. This discovery could improve everything from medical devices to electronics.
Posted November 15, 2021
An international team, including lead researchers from the University of Minnesota, have released highly detailed images of radio emissions from 115 clusters of galaxies that give new clues to the formation and evolution of galaxies throughout the Universe.
Posted November 8, 2021
University of Minnesota researchers tested several filtration devices that can reduce COVID-19 spread and make dental cleaning procedures safer.
Posted October 27, 2021
Assistant Professor Andrew Furmanski and his team are part of an international collaboration of scientists who have possibly eliminated the theory related to the “sterile neutrino.”
Posted October 6, 2021
University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) Dean Mos Kaveh has appointed Regents Professor Vipin Kumar as the first director of the new CSE Data Science Initiative.
Posted October 4, 2021
In a surprising discovery, an international team of researchers, led by scientists in the University of Minnesota Center for Quantum Materials, found that induced imperfections in the crystal structure of quantum materials can actually improve the material’s superconducting and electrical properties.