by Kevin Coss
A drug therapy in development by three U of M researchers could give first responders more time to get victims of severe blood loss to the hospital.
The MN-SBIR program offers guidance to U researchers and small business leaders in applying for federal funding to commercialize recent research discoveries.
Congratulations to the U of M researchers who were recently awarded patents for their discoveries.
A startup company that develops next-generation cancer treatments based on University of Minnesota research has been awarded for its innovative therapies.
by Deane Morrison
With the world hungry for more and better nutrients, antibiotics, plastics and other materials, a cheap and sustainable source must be found.
Public universities play a well-known role in creating new knowledge, but they must also bring that knowledge beyond the ivory tower and into the community.
Two University of Minnesota startups received national recognition today for their potential to create jobs, advance technology and meet societal challenges in industry and the environment.
When it comes to finding solutions to some of the largest challenges facing society today, research and innovation are some of the best tools available.
The University of Minnesota announced today that it launched a record 17 startup companies over the past year based on discoveries and inventions by its researchers.
Next week, the U’s College of Science and Engineering and Office of University Economic Development will hold an open house of 10 research facilities specializing in materials analysis, molecular analysis and device fabrication.