Medical-Health Technology

David Odde and Paolo Provenzano: Predicting cancer cell movement

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Two researchers in the College of Science and Engineering are developing a mathematical simulator to predict the movement of cancer through the human body.

Medical-Health Technology

Efi Kokkoli: Tiny technology treats big disease

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College of Science and Engineering researcher Efie Kokkoli is leading a team to engineer and evaluate materials that address brain tumors.

Medical-Health Technology

Taking aim at cancer

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University of Minnesota researchers are using engineering principles to understand the mechanics of tumors and build drug therapy components that might treat cancer.

Students

CSE by the numbers: Anderson Innovation Labs

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From solar cars and rockets to a prosthetic hand, the new Clifford I. and Nancy C. Anderson Innovation Labs are changing education for students.

Students

Shoring up Seemore the sea turtle’s shell

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University of Minnesota engineering students recently completed a fitting for a 3D-printed exoshell they developed for an injured sea turtle at SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium at the Mall of America.

Medical-Health Technology

Can stem cells mend our mightiest muscle?

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University researchers are turning to stem cells to heal our mightiest muscle—the heart.

Students

CSE by the Numbers: Freshmen (Fall 2017)

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The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering fall 2017 incoming class is biggest freshman class in the college’s history.

Students

NASA-funded satellite project launches young scientists’ careers

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Students learn the ropes of space science by building satellites from the ground up.

Students

CSE students share insights from their internship with Land O’Lakes

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As Land O’Lakes’ Global Food Challenge Emerging Leaders, mechanical engineering majors Rachel Anderson and Audrey Sebastian traveled to Africa where they learned how to take a global approach to solving world hunger.