CSE News & Features
Stories from the College of Science and Engineering
Graduate Research Fellow Maddy Nyblade is collaborating with indigenous tribes to study climate and land use impacts on the wild rice ecosystem.
Minnesota MedTech 3.0 emerged from a strong field of roughly 200 proposals from around the country to earn one of only 31 inaugural U.S. Department of Commerce Tech Hubs.
Longtime faculty members David Blank, Beth Stadler, and Victor Barocas bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their new roles.
UMN researchers have synthesized a thin film of a unique topological material that could generate more computing power and storage.
The UMN-led, NSF-funded study allows geologists to learn more about the area's seismic history and tendency to produce earthquakes.
CSE students launched their fully student-designed and built rocket nearly 30,000 feet to take first place in the annual competition.
CSE in the news
Google DeepMind’s new AI tool helped create more than 700 new materials
Nov. 29: MIT Technology Review
Researchers Develop Magnet for World-First Portable MRI Scanner
Nov. 28: Magnetics Business & Technology
What Am I Thankful for This Year? Amazing Scientific Discoveries.
Nov. 24: NY Times
20 Things The World Should Thank Minnesota For
Nov. 21: B105
Unraveling the Mystery of Quantum Spin Liquids After 50 Years
Nov. 20: List 23