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Six startups based on U of M research, launched through Technology Commercialization, are competing in this year's MinnesotaCup—and many more are led by U alumni and students.

The Minnesota Cup, the state’s largest startup competition, officially kicked off Thursday with the announcement of the 90 local startups that will compete in the Cup’s 15th season.

Created and managed by the University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Cup is a statewide, five-month-long competition where local startups compete for a share of $500,000 in prize money.

Read the full story in Minne Inno.