COVID-19 Guidance for the Research Community
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.
The UMN and Mayo Clinic pitch competition changed to a virtual format this year to showcase how innovators are taking on COVID-19.
Calyxt, a Roseville-based startup based on UMN technology, has released its first cooking oil product.
On April 21, an online panel of experienced venture capitalists gave advice to inventors and entrepreneurs on how to assign ownership and equity in their startup companies.
Biotech startup Anatomi, based on UMN research, is developing a technology that produces human neurons from stem cells at a faster rate than previous technologies.
UMN Technology Commercialization's Venture Center was among the winners of this year's Inno on Fire awards.
Two UMN startups, Anatomi and Stim Sherpa, are among the five companies selected to participate in the gBETA Medtech accelerator.
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.