by Kevin Coss
A Technology Commercialization program helps researchers share tools developed in the course of their work with others in academic and industry settings.
University startup Surgical Information Sciences generates patient-specific 3D maps to help surgeons more precisely target deep brain stimulation.
Three years after launching the Turing Tumble to teach computing concepts using marbles, Paul Boswell and his team are bringing a second game to market.
The projects seek to advance cutting-edge technologies that transform the way people access, manage, and protect data.
The Habit Camera, based on Minneapolis VA and UMN research, allows patients to routinely check problem areas and schedule a doctor visit when needed.
Discovery Launchpad MN extends a model that has already helped many UMN startups to support high-potential startups from across the state.
Launch Minnesota aims to grow the startup ecosystem by connecting entrepreneurs with resources and education to help them bring new technologies to market.
Darcy Solutions' systems provide greater heating and cooling capacity using less above-ground space, making them easier to install in existing buildings.
Many groups are still underrepresented in the intellectual property system, which accelerates the introduction of new ideas and technologies into society.
A biotech startup created to bring new cancer therapies to life has attracted high levels of funding during its early-stage investment rounds.