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Yes, this is an April Fools!

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Sorry, no one has found the solution to stop aging. However, CSE faculty, students, and alumni are doing amazing work that is no joke.

 

Earth Sciences, Research

Earth science researchers develop free mobile app for geoscience outreach

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Funded by the National Science Foundation, researchers in the University of Minnesota’s Department of Earth Sciences have developed a new offline moble app, called Flyover Country, for geoscience outreach and data discovery.

Medical-Health Technology

University of Minnesota chemist develops real-world tool for diagnosing infections

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Chemistry associate professor Valerie Pierre is developing a cheap, easy-to-use diagnostic tool that could provide a faster way to diagnose bacterial infections.

Students

Tackling global food security

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Two CSE students are among only 10 students nationwide selected for a year-long internship as part of the Land O’Lakes, Inc. Global Food Challenge. They will explore sustainable ways to feed the world’s growing population.

Giving

Mentee becomes mentor

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CSE alumna Jenna Shaw (MatSci ’14)  gives back to the college by giving her time through the CSE Mentor Program.

Students

Harrison Frisk: Grad student works to build better electronics

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Graduate student Harrison Frisk works to understand the relationships of graphene with other materials that could mean faster, smaller, and more efficient electronics.

Research

David Levinson: Access for all

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David Levinson, CSE professor of civil, environmental, and geo- engineering, believes a world of autonomous vehicles is inevitable—and he’s looking forward to it.

Students

Ben Gelhaus: Teaming up in Tanzania

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Chemical engineering senior Benjamin Gelhaus experienced Tanzania during a College of Science and Engineering Global Technical Seminar.

Students

Sam Finnegan: From Minnesota to Macedonia

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CSE student Sam Finnegan gained global experience by spending last summer in Macedonia as an intern modeling objects and machines in three dimensions using a software program.

Students

Kelsey Harper: Exploring Belgium and Germany

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CSE mechanical engineering student Kelsey Harper traveled to Germany and Belgium during winter break as part of a Freshman Global Technical Seminar.