Posted September 24, 2021
A research team led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has completed a first-ever global population estimate of Weddell seals in Antarctica.
Posted September 10, 2021
University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers are part of a new $25 million climate modeling center funded by the the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) called the Learning the Earth with Artificial Intelligence and Physics (LEAP).
Posted September 8, 2021
The University of Minnesota announced a new Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity (CMDC) that will foster university-industry-government collaborations to ensure that medical devices are both safe and secure from the growing number of cybersecurity threats.
Posted August 26, 2021
The University of Minnesota will play a key role in a new National Science Foundation (NSF) Great Lakes Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Hub that will nurture a regional innovation ecosystem and move more discoveries from the research lab to the real world.
Posted August 6, 2021
University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers have invented a cheaper, safer, and simpler technology that will allow a “stubborn” group of metals, such as the Pt-group elements, to be transformed into thin films for various practical applications. The technology has been patented and is receiving interest from industry.
Posted July 22, 2021
A new game-changing discovery about how cells move within their environment could have a major impact on fields from regenerative medicine to cancer research.
Posted July 8, 2021
University of Minnesota researchers in the College of Science and Engineering’s Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials science are part of a new $10 million research project aimed at developing and demonstrating novel processes to produce ammonia from intermittent renewable energy.
Posted July 6, 2021
Using a well-preserved Heterodontosaurus skeleton and high-powered x-rays, an international team including a University of Minnesota researcher has discovered that not all dinosaurs breathed in the same way.
Posted July 1, 2021
The University of Minnesota announced that its Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center (BMDC), an internationally renowned center of excellence in the training and practice of medical technology innovation, is being incorporated within the University’s Institute for Engineering in Medicine (IEM).