by Kevin Coss
A biotech startup created to bring new cancer therapies to life has attracted high levels of funding during its early-stage investment rounds.
A new online portal serves as the front door for companies looking to connect with the University to collaborate on research, license technologies, and more.
The startup, based on College of Science and Engineering research, is developing a nontoxic method for preserving biological cells used for cell therapy.
Student-founded RoundtableRx sources unexpired medications from health care facilities across the state to help people who can't afford their prescriptions.
The design for a low-cost ventilator brought to life by a team of UMN researchers and industry collaborators is now freely available to manufacturers.
Stephen Wiesner made his database of pathology microscope slides free to instructors who need to train their students to spot diseases in laboratory samples.
Launching new companies based on UMN research does more than bring new technologies to the market—it also invigorates the state’s broader tech ecosystem.
Update: The spring 2020 edition of Walleye Tank, which invites entrepreneurs from across the state to pitch their life sciences startups in front of a panel of judges, has been canceled.
A collaboration between researchers in the Center for Drug Design and Windgap Medical aims to save victims of cyanide poisoning after mass-exposure incidents.
UMN researchers and Minnesota-based Donaldson Company are investigating the factors that affect how well filters separate one fluid from another.