The birthplace of the retractable seat belt, synthetic rubber, the supercomputer, and first wearable pacemaker—few universities match the College of Science and Engineering's research capabilities.
Find our latest research discoveries at CSE news.
Here are a few examples:
- New 3D-printed device could help treat spinal cord injuries
- University of Minnesota team receives $3.1 million federal grant to improve electronics
- New research outlines future for developing oral medicines that work more efficiently
- 3D-printed patch can help mend a 'broken' heart.
- Scientists need your help in first-ever census of Weddell seals.
- Researchers work to understand harmful algal blooms in Minnesota lakes.
- U of M astronomers help citizen scientists discover rare galaxy cluster.
- Four University–private sector partnerships win grants to advance renewable electricity in Minnesota
- University of Minnesota part of national crowdsourcing project to transcribe and decode U.S. Civil War telegrams.
- New discovery by University of Minnesota researchers may help engineers design quieter jet airplanes.
- Cougars likely to recolonize middle part of U.S. within the next 25 years.
- Study shows new potential indirect effects of humans on water quality.
- Researchers land $20 million grant to explore impact of nanotechnology on the environment.
- Telltale traits of bacteria offer clues for improved colorectal cancer treatment, prevention.
- Meeting global air quality guidelines could prevent 2.1 million deaths per year.
- U of M research: Green Line study quantifies an increase in access to jobs since debut.
- Infant antibiotic use linked to adult diseases.
- Dark matter may not be completely dark after all.
- New evidence supports success of fecal transplants in treatment of Clostridium difficile infection.
- Imperfect graphene opens door to better fuel cells