A U of M technology, licensed by Minneapolis ag-tech company Sentera, was highlighted in a Twin Cities Business article about companies making strides in agriculture technology.
The U of M Office for Technology Commercialization was named among the nominees for the "Tech Transfer Unit of the Year" award by Global University Venturing.
Reflection Sciences, an ed-tech startup based on U of M research, has named Jeff Shelstad as its new CEO.
A U of M startup is listed among Minnesota's top funding deals for the first quarter of 2018.
U of M research is a key part of the vibrant, growing life-science industry that helps to sustain Minnesota's economic vitality.
Big Picture Science features Flyover Country, an app developed by U of M researchers for learning about geological features while traveling.
The U of M is among the supporters of a new Twin Cities med-tech accelerator, operating under Gener8tor’s “gBETA” model, that requires no fees and no equity from participating startups.
U of M startup enVerde was among the startups presenting as part of gener8tor's LiveBETA event.
A U of M chemistry professor aims to commercialize her method for rapidly detecting urinary tract infections.
A licensing agreement between the U of M and ag-tech firm Sentera will bring technology for detecting nitrogen deficiency in corn to market.
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