by Kevin Coss
The projects seek to advance cutting-edge technologies that transform the way people access, manage, and protect data.
Minnesota’s small towns and rural areas are showing signs of a return to normalcy as coronavirus restrictions loosen and hard-hit industries start to recover.
The Habit Camera, based on Minneapolis VA and UMN research, allows patients to routinely check problem areas and schedule a doctor visit when needed.
Discovery Launchpad MN extends a model that has already helped many UMN startups to support high-potential startups from across the state.
Researchers hope to replace petroleum-based plastics and polymers with bio-based alternatives that harmlessly biodegrade or can be better recycled for reuse.
Research into how HVAC systems affect the spread of COVID-19 helped inform a plan that made classrooms as safe as possible for in-person learning.
A new online resource aims to streamline the process of applying for grants through private and corporate foundations.
As part of Research Ethics Day, experts from UMN and across the globe gathered virtually to discuss how COVID-19 is changing research ethics.
Launch Minnesota aims to grow the startup ecosystem by connecting entrepreneurs with resources and education to help them bring new technologies to market.
A recently launched online platform aims to help researchers from across the University system connect around water-related discussions and research.
Sign up for the UMN Research newsletter >