by Kevin Coss
A patient questionnaire to improve heart failure treatments was one of the first tools accepted into a program providing resources for medical device development.
Industry experts and investors gathered this week for the Neuroscience Technology Showcase, which highlighted technologies that hold the potential to more effectively treat a wide range of neurological disorders.
by Meher Khan
Congratulations to the University of Minnesota researchers who were recently awarded patents for their discoveries.
A recent collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis ag-tech firm Sentera stands to help farmers more precisely meet the nitrogen needs of their corn.
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.
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.
Congratulations to the U of M researchers who were recently awarded patents for their discoveries.