by Kevin Coss
A year after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered its gates, the Minnesota State Fair has returned with the Great Minnesota “Get-Back-Together”—and among the festivities is an opportunity for fairgoers to participate in world-class university research.
Agate, named after Minnesota's state gemstone, will supercharge research by offering roughly seven times the computing power of the existing Mesabi system.
The ArTeS Collaborative Research Studio will offer a flexible, technology-infused space to ask and address research questions through a creative lens.
by Erin Dennis
More than $1.7 million was awarded to 10 projects that support research infrastructure, facilities, and support services across the University.
Under the nearly $750,000 contract, UMGC will collaborate with the Minnesota Department of Health to aid in national and global viral surveillance efforts.
A new, independent research institute stands to put the Twin Cities at the epicenter of innovation for bioindustrial manufacturing.
A new online resource aims to streamline the process of applying for grants through private and corporate foundations.
A recently launched online platform aims to help researchers from across the University system connect around water-related discussions and research.
Manifold Scholarship is a digital platform that enables publishers to quickly and easily create interactive, media-rich digital publications.
The new microscope uses a system of pinholes to remove out-of-focus light and provide researchers with better definition and higher-quality images.
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