Following an attack of hackers stealing information from the world’s largest meat company, the University of Minnesota is taking a closer look at what this could mean for the future of food production.
A study led by U of M researchers uncovered a property of magnetic materials that will allow engineers to develop more efficient spintronic devices in the future, which could lead to faster and more efficient computing and data storage.
The University of Minnesota Genomics Center (UMGC) announced today it has received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to conduct genome sequencing on 6,000 COVID-19 samples to aid national and global viral surveillance efforts.
A team of researchers, led by a University of Minnesota associate professor, have discovered a new way to effectively deliver and preserve vaccines for diseases via a small wafer placed under the tongue.
Using forensic science techniques, a team led by University of Minnesota scientists recovered samples from a remote Beltrami County site used by a nearby deer farm to discard white-tailed deer carcasses.
MAISRC is partnering with the University of Minnesota Genomics Center to conduct the testing at the University’s Twin Cities campus to determine their origins and to build a database that can be used for future comparisons.
U of M researchers develop method for the practical cryopreservation of the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster), which is crucial to genetics research and critical to scientific breakthroughs benefiting human health.