by Contributing Writer
U researcher Hubert Lim is working with an international team to develop a new device that uses neurostimulation to treat hearing loss.
Since 2006, the University of Minnesota has created 67 startup companies and of those, only 18 percent are no longer in business. Compared to the national average, that’s pretty low.
A study of the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder among Somali children, ages 7-9, in Minneapolis was conducted by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on Community Integration.
A new compound in development at the University of Minnesota shows promise as a breakthrough drug for treating chronic pain.
The University of Minnesota’s new Entrepreneurial Leave Program, approved earlier this year, went into effect July 1 and is awaiting applicants.
A team of researchers at the U of M have revived an ancient medical treatment to address a severe gastrointestinal illness and have developed ways to standardize the procedure.
The University of Minnesota’s Joseph J. Warthenson Food Processing Center on the St. Paul Campus bustles with students, faculty, and industry developers working out new ideas.
Timothy LaPara, Ph.D. of the University of Minnesota’s Department of Civil Engineering and a member of the BioTechnology Institute, has interests in wastewater microbiology and antibiotic resistance.
University researchers are on the cutting edge of a novel process that harnesses natural bacteria to purify water contaminated by hydrofracking—the process of pumping water underground to open up ancient stores of natural gas and oil.
A U of M computer science professor conducts research in the broad field of social computing.
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