Twin Cities Business recently rounded up 20 of the innovators and innovations leading Minnesota into the 2020s. This list includes UMN startups Anatomi Corp. and Calyxt Inc.
On January 14, Technology Commercialization hosted its first ever waffle breakfast for innovators who are new to the University of Minnesota in the past three years.
MIN-Corps is hosting a series of seminars and coaching that teach innovators how to translate research to products with real-world impact. The events are free to UMN Grad Students, Postdocs, Fellows, Research Scientists & Faculty.
Seven University of Minnesota startup companies were today awarded Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Developments (DEED).
UMN Technology Commercialization reported $20.7 million in revenue from researchers' inventions in fiscal 2019 and spun out a record 19 new startups.
In a recent opinion piece, University of Minnesota Retirees Association members highlighted U inventions and startup companies among the University's many contributions to the state.
The University of Minnesota is partnering with a pharmaceutical company to design a device to quickly administer a new antidote for cyanide poisoning.
Minne Inno's recently published roundup of major 2019 Twin Cities startup acquisitions includes three UMN startups.
At an event hosted by the Minnesota High Tech Assocation, U startups Anatomi, Calyxt, and NovoClade were each recognized for their achievements.
The U of M ranked 22nd on the annual Reuters list, which takes into account the number of patents filed, commercial impact, and more.