by Kevin Coss
Through a combination of basic and applied science, researchers are bringing growers an economically feasible way to better protect soil and water.
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.
Oakes, who took on the role following previous VP Chris Cramer's departure earlier this year, oversees the $1+ billion systemwide research enterprise.
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.
Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute researchers are studying entrepreneurs’ income and how it compares to that of hired employees.
A Technology Commercialization program helps researchers share tools developed in the course of their work with others in academic and industry settings.
University startup Surgical Information Sciences generates patient-specific 3D maps to help surgeons more precisely target deep brain stimulation.
Researchers are working on a first-of-its-kind bioreactor to reduce CO2 into a storable liquid that can then be made into various chemicals and materials.
Under the nearly $750,000 contract, UMGC will collaborate with the Minnesota Department of Health to aid in national and global viral surveillance efforts.
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