U of M startup Vascudyne Inc. manufactures organic arteries and heart valves that can live and grow within the body.
Bates, who was nominated for the award in part by U of M Technology Commercialization, holds 26 US and numerous foreign patents in the field of polymer science.
A recently launched U of M startup is developing tissue for medical device and therapeutics applications.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have a history of developing new fruit varieties and moving them to market.
A new, gene-edited soybean oil developed at the U of M is among the next generation of biotech food.
A U startup company is studying whether a flexible pneumatic tube could help remove invasive carp from the state's lakes and marshes.
The U of M licensed its eye scanning system for early Alzheimer's detection to RetiSpec, a medical imaging company.
The U of M and the Medical Alley Association hosted representatives of the US Department of Health and Human Sevices for "Healthcare Startup Day Minnesota."
gBETA Medtech aims to build community and foster innovation among the most promising of today’s early-stage startups.
U of M startup Aria CV, which uses a balloon-like device to treat pulmonary hypertension, recently won a Shark Tank Innovation Competition award.