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Three female students, one in the low-built formula racing car, all with ponytails, confer

The female formula

The student formula car team motors to success with women in the driver’s seat.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/female-formula
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
04/08/2019
The robot, about two feet tall, has just tossed up a ball on the floor of a U of M gym.

Battle of the bots

Students’ basketball-playing robot competes in a collegiate “final four.”
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/battle-bots
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
03/29/2019
Arshia Khan and Yumna Anwar look at a screen displayed on white, blue-eyed humanoid robot Pepper.

A job for Dr. Pepper

Pepper the humanized robot is learning to care for people with mild mental disability.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/job-dr-pepper
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
03/19/2019
Johanna Lucht in front of an aircraft at NASA

Space cowgirl

Alumna Johanna Lucht is breaking new ground as a deaf engineer at NASA.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/space-cowgirl
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
03/04/2019
Vascudyne Valve

University of Minnesota startup Vascudyne to commercialize biologic engineered tissue with potential to transform medical device technology

Vascudyne Inc. is focused on developing biologically engineered tissue for medical device and therapeutics applications.
https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/university-minnesota-startup-vascudyne-commercialize-biologic-engineered-tissue
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
12/03/2018

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