The sky’s the limit for biomedical engineering Ph.D. student Marcus Flowers
Posted March 21, 2023
College of Science and Engineering graduate student Marcus Flowers engineers the materials behind drug delivery, and his research applications span everything from stem cell therapy to cancer treatment.
Dream school for College of Science and Engineering student
Posted February 23, 2023
Dannica Donahue, a biomedical engineering major, reflects on her college journey and the importance of student scholarships.
Recent grads excel as CSE Mentor Program reaches highest number of industry mentors in nine years
Posted February 14, 2023
The CSE Mentor Program may be old hat, but increasing participation from younger CSE graduates proves that it’s changing the student—and the mentor—experience for the better.
Minnesota, via New York and Honduras
Posted January 3, 2023
The University of Minnesota's reputation in STEM programs drew Honduras-born Tarik Merzkani to CSE. He was named a 3M Impact Scholar his first year on campus.
Robot Show highlights more than 200 unique machines designed by U of M engineering students
Posted December 8, 2022
A shoe cleaner, a t-shirt folder, and a Rubik’s Cube scrambler will be among more than 200 machines on display at the University of Minnesota Robot Show, the largest robot show in the Twin Cities.
The teacher in the living room
Posted December 5, 2022
College of Science and Engineering computer science student Jinglin Li breaks down educational barriers by bringing virtual volunteer tutors to students in need.
Q&A with biomedical engineering student Adam Boeckermann
Posted December 2, 2022
College of Science and Engineering junior Adam Boeckermann discusses his research on imaging technology for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases in Germany.
University of Minnesota’s Knowledge Computing Lab turns location data into time-saving tools
Posted October 28, 2022
A team of computer science Ph.D. students are using open map data and cartography from the past to unearth clues to improve land use, predict air quality, and understand other location-based concerns.
From paper mill to library, with food research in between—and post college
Posted October 24, 2022
Bioproducts and Biosystems engineering senior Lauren Stach, who has landed a full-time position with SunOpta ahead of graduation, is making the most out of her college experience.
Phenomenon behind cats' fur patterns may hold key to cancer recurrence
Posted October 17, 2022
University of Minnesota chemical engineering Ph.D. student Harish Venkatachalapathy’s research, which involves studying cellular noise and variability, could lead to better treatments for cancer.