COVID-19 Guidance for the Research Community
An app developed by UMN researchers in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Health is now being used in all 50 states.
A Toronto-based medical imaging startup using UMN technology has formed a new collaboration to help that technology reach the market.
The Minnesota Technology Association announced the finalists for the 2020 Tekne Awards.
Many Minnesota wineries are producing wine from a UMN-developed cold-hardy grape for the first time this year.
UMN startup Sironix Renewables, based in Seattle, has raised $645,000 in seed funding and $1.15 million from a federal grant.
UMN researchers have built prototypes of machines that can make fertilizer out of air and water.
A UMN startup will offer its gene-editing technology, analogous to "molecular scissors," to other companies.
The research infrastructure that has allowed university scientists to respond to the pandemic has served as the foundation for many other innovations, including UMN's Honeycrisp apple.
The open-source design specifications for a low-cost emergency ventilator are now available for download worldwide.
The “Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Utility Patents” was released by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association.