by Kevin Coss
MNSBIR guides startups and small businesses, including those based on U research, in applying for federal grants that help bring new innovations to market.
Joan T.A. Gabel, the U's 17th president, emphasized the importance of the University research mission as part of her recent inaugural address.
At UMN Rochester, in-course research experiences foster undergraduates' interest in science and help to prepare them for a successful career.
The UM Analytics Research Dashboard provides a quick view of proposal and award research measures across all U campuses, colleges, and departments.
The U’s Department of Economics and the Minneapolis Fed have worked together to protect the financial system and promote economic growth since the late 1960s.
The Active Learning Lab provides a better-equipped space for students to define and pursue research questions with real-world relevance.
The program, administered by the Office of the Vice President for Research, provides seed funding for projects from across U of M colleges and campuses.
The new startups, 11 of which are based in Minnesota, will help fuel the economy and contribute to the public good.
Minnesotans looking to learn more about crop production, community vitality, youth development, and more need look no further than the digital airwaves.
A new series of workshops aims to inspire researchers to think about opportunities for partnering with industry leaders on future research projects.