by Kirsten Gray
A recent workshop for U of M researchers highlighted the unique opportunities and challenges available to U startup companies in the Chinese market.
by Kevin Coss
The U's Dr. Jerrold Vitek co-led the clinical study that helped Boston Scientific's Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System receive FDA approval.
The NIH-funded program provides funding, coaching, and skills development to help researchers successfully move their discoveries to market.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota are developing a new, easy-to-administer antidote that quickly converts cyanide in the body into a less toxic compound.
The new Discovery Nexus brings together University groups and external partners to form collaborations, advance innovations, and promote economic development.
by Meher Khan
Congratulations to the U of M researchers who were recently awarded patents for their discoveries.
The Economic Development Fellows Consulting Program provides U of M graduate students an opportunity to consulting for regional companies.
The Venture Center is seeing the next stage of startup growth: “business transitions,” where startup companies scale up, go public, or are acquired.
New research projects underway within University of Minnesota Extension aim to support the prosperity of rural areas across the state.
University startup Turing Tumble has developed a game that helps players learn the logic at the heart of computer programming.