Posted October 19, 2020
University of Minnesota Associate Professor Jiarong Hong is working with the Minnesota Orchestra to find out how aerosols are released and spread via wind instruments.
Posted October 14, 2020
In the largest clinical trial of its kind, researchers show that combining sound and electrical stimulation of the tongue can significantly reduce tinnitus, commonly described as “ringing in the ears.”
Posted October 9, 2020
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have 3D printed unique microfluidic channels on a sphere that could automate production of diagnostics, sensors and assays used for a variety of medical tests and other applications.
Posted October 6, 2020
University of Minnesota Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Professor Paul Dauenhauer been named a 2020 fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Posted October 1, 2020
Polaris Inc. will donate $1 million to expand educational and experiential opportunities, including support for project-based learning experiences and scholarships aimed at diverse and underrepresented students.
Posted October 1, 2020
A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota recently developed and validated an artificial intelligence algorithm that can evaluate chest X-rays to diagnose possible cases of COVID-19.
Posted September 28, 2020
U.S. Department of Energy Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabbar will visit the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus to see groundbreaking technology developed at the University through funding from the Department of Energy.
Posted September 16, 2020
CSE announced a four-year collaboration with Minneapolis-headquartered digital payment solution Sezzle that includes a $124,000 donation from Sezzle to fund a full, four-year scholarship to a deserving CSE undergraduate student.
Posted September 4, 2020
The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering announced that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $18 million in renewed funding over the next six years for the University’s Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC).
Posted September 1, 2020
A new study from researchers at the University of Minnesota and Iowa State University finds that diversifying crop rotations can greatly reduce negative environmental and health impacts, while maintaining profitability for farmers.