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Robert Cabana to visit U of M campus

U Of M Technological Leadership Institute hosts 2015 Cyber Security Summit

The University of Minnesota Technological Leadership Institute (TLI) is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the fifth annual Cyber Security Summit. As cyber threats continue to evolve and become more complex, it has become increasingly important for cross-sector collaboration to address the issue. The Cyber Security Summit provides a forum for leaders from academia, business and government to discuss the problem and begin to develop solutions.

Biodiversity stabilizes ecosystems during climate extremes

Vines add surprising variable to tropical forest carbon storage

U of M Receives Human Research Protection Status: Reaccreditation-Pending

University of Minnesota begins $92.5 million renovation of historic building

More than 135 people, including legislators, alumni, University leaders, and faculty are scheduled to attend an invitation-only Tate Science and Teaching ceremonial groundbreaking.

Increased Internet Access Led to a Rise in Racial Hate Crimes in the Early 2000s, according to New Research from Carlson School of Management and NYU Stern

New research from Carlson School of Management Professor Jason Chan and NYU Stern Professors Anindya Ghose and Robert Seamans finds that broadband availability increased the incidence of racial hate crimes committed by lone-wolf perpetrators in the United States during the period 2001-2008.

3D-printed guide helps regrow complex nerves after injury

University of Minnesota Polar Geospatial Center to lead effort on mapping Alaska and arctic

Researchers land $20 million grant to explore impact of nanotechnology on the environment

University of Minnesota researchers are part of a team of researchers from the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology (CSN) who have received a new $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation to evaluate the impact of nanotechnology on the environment and other living things.

Faculty research fuels record 16 startups at U of M

The University of Minnesota announced today that it launched a record 16 startup companies over the past year based on discoveries and inventions by its researchers. These companies, which exceed the previous record of 15 companies in fiscal 2014, demonstrate the university’s commitment to bringing cutting-edge research beyond the lab and to the market, where it can benefit society on a larger scale.

U of M Technological Leadership Institute celebrates first graduating cohort of the Medical Device Innovation program

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