Discovery Launchpad MN expands access to the University's existing startup incubator model to early-stage companies from across the state.
This year’s Earth Day theme is “Restore Our Earth'' and with that in mind, we want to highlight a UMN innovator working to restore our water resources so they are clean and safe to drink.
On Friday, April 16, 17 innovators and community programs pitched their healthcare and medical technology ideas at the Walleye Tank Spring Competition.
UMN Technology Commercialization is collaborating with CTSI’s Office of Discovery and Translation (ODAT) to support the development of novel solutions designed to reduce health disparities.
Claros Technologies, a UMN advanced materials startup, grows functional nanoparticles within plastics, ceramics, or textiles.
The valve-making procedure, which could spare children born with heart defects the need to undergo repeated surgeries, is licensed to UMN startup Vascudyne.
The state is looking to expand Minnesota’s role as a national leader in innovation—and University of Minnesota experts are lending their support.
The new apple, a cross of Honeycrisp and Liberty, is red with a tart flavor and should be available in grocery stores in three to four years.
Tech Comm has been working hard to elevate issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). As part of this commitment, Tech Comm recently hired a part-time DEI contractor, Michelle Maryns.
Claros Technologies' antiviral textiles provide enhanced protection from COVID-19 when compared with other masks on the market.
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