by Kevin Coss
At an event hosted by the Minnesota High Tech Association, U startups Anatomi, Calyxt, and NovoClade were each recognized for their achievements.
The competition, hosted by the U of M and Mayo Clinic, invites life sciences entrepreneurs from across the state to pitch their companies.
MNSBIR guides startups and small businesses, including those based on U research, in applying for federal grants that help bring new innovations to market.
The new startups, 11 of which are based in Minnesota, will help fuel the economy and contribute to the public good.
A new series of workshops aims to inspire researchers to think about opportunities for partnering with industry leaders on future research projects.
FastBridge, based on College of Education and Human Development research, helps teachers individually screen, measure, and monitor their students’ progress.
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.
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.