U of M startup Calyxt Inc. aims to raise up to $50 million in investment through an initial public offering.
A Kickstarter funding effort by U of M startup Turing Tumble has taken off, bringing the educational computing game past its original funding goal.
St. Paul-based Summit Medical, which has developed a medical device to help mend broken jaws based on U of M technology, has received regulatory clearance to begin selling the device as a product.
The U of M’s efforts to move technology beyond the lab and into the market has been ranked among the best in the nation among public universities.
A team of University of Minnesota researchers were recognized at the U's Inventor Recognition event for efforts to make an evironmentally-friendly plastic bag.
The University of Minnesota seeks patent protection for a test it claims can determine the effectiveness of leukemia treatments for individual patients far earlier than is now possible.
University of Minnesota startup Hennepin Life Sciences recently closed on nearly $1.9 million in angel-investor funding.
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