by Kevin Coss
Launching new companies can help U of M medical devices, diagnostics, and more succeed beyond the lab—and reach they people they were designed to help.
The US Department of Health and Human Services visited Minnesota this month to explore collaboration with startups, industry, and academic researchers.
The startup, which creates interactive games to help educators teach core concepts in engaging ways, received $1.1 million in federal funding for the project.
A new network comprising 11 Midwest university technology transfer offices aims to match experienced entrepreneurs to university startups in need of a CEO.
The Pilot Plant collaborated with startup Planetarians to develop a new method for turning a sunflower oil byproduct into a nutritious, sustainable snack.
Flipgrid, an educational technology startup launched out of the University of Minnesota, was purchased by Microsoft earlier this week.
Accelerators, like gener8tor's gBETA and gBETA Medtech, help startups connect with mentors, investors, and customers to set the stage for future growth.
U of M startup Carp Solutions works to improve water quality and create a better habitat for native fish and waterfowl by removing invasive carp from lakes.
A patient questionnaire to improve heart failure treatments was one of the first tools accepted into a program providing resources for medical device development.
Industry experts and investors gathered this week for the Neuroscience Technology Showcase, which highlighted technologies that hold the potential to more effectively treat a wide range of neurological disorders.