by Vaughn Schmid
Of all the assets that make up the U’s research enterprise—from state-of-the-art equipment to leading lab facilities—researchers’ ideas are the most valuable.
by Kevin Coss
A U of M startup's custom-made app walks children through the exact dental clinic they will soon visit—helping to build familiarity and decrease fear.
The U of M startup helps early childhood educators identify children at risk of poor learning outcomes and monitor their progress.
A new method of administering baclofen stands to help safely control muscle spasms when patients are unable to take their medicine by mouth.
by Erin Dennis
Congratulations to the University of Minnesota researchers and their colleagues who were awarded patents in the past year.
A new startup incubator developed by the U of M Venture Center helps companies based on U research bring discoveries beyond the lab and into the market.
CoreBiome, which uses University-developed technology to analyze microbial communities, was purchased by Pennsylvania-based OraSure Technologies Inc.
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.