Technology Commercialization News & Announcements
Join us Friday, March 15, 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. for the spring edition of Walleye Tank, a fun startup pitch competition and tradition highlighting Minnesota life science innovators.
Launched in 2023, the University of Minnesota Duluth-based Rebase BioTech is currently testing 25 potential drugs with the hopes of commercializing at least one.
UMN’s Forever Green Initiative works to develop and popularize crops with sturdy root systems suitable for winter growing, including Kernza and camelina.
UMN researcher and inventor Roger Ruan recently earned the highest professional distinction awarded solely to inventors.
With a career focused on elevating the health of women in underserved communities, Dr. Nardos's works to improve safe surgery for women, especially with pelvic floor surgeries.
A non-hormonal birth control pill for men based on UMN College of Pharmacy research is being studied in humans for the first time.
UMD professor Abbie Clarke-Sather and graduate student Paulo Alves have recently started a small company to get their textile recycling innovation, the Fiber Shredder, to market.
Winter Walleye Tank winner and UMN startup Adialante is working to disrupt the MRI industry with cheaper, better, and smaller MRI technology.
UMN startup SecondWave Systems was included in the first round of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Blueprint MedTech Program with a $1.6 million award.