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A U startup company is studying whether a flexible pneumatic tube could help remove invasive carp from the state's lakes and marshes.
The U of M licensed its eye scanning system for early Alzheimer's detection to RetiSpec, a medical imaging company.
The U of M and the Medical Alley Association hosted representatives of the US Department of Health and Human Services for "Healthcare Startup Day Minnesota."
gBETA Medtech aims to build community and foster innovation among the most promising of today’s early-stage startups.
U of M startup Aria CV, which uses a balloon-like device to treat pulmonary hypertension, recently won a Shark Tank Innovation Competition award.
U of M startup Calyxt recently signed a deal around its trans fat-free soybeans, developed through gene editing.
Minne Ties, a system for securing the jaw shut to promote proper healing following an injury, was licensed for commercial development through the U's Office for Technology Commercialization.
U of M startup enVerde, based on technology developed by Paul Dauenhauer that turns organic waste into synthetic gas, is seeking seed capital to establish a demonstration plant.
Ag-tech company Sentera's collaboration with the U of M was recently highlighted in an article on the company's recent Series A fundraising round.
The U of M-developed First Kiss apple was among the foods highlighted by a New York Times writer visiting the Minnesota State Fair.