Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
The amount of ice around the globe is decreasing rapidly. Most of this melt is due to the warming climate, but other factors are also involved. One of these is algae blooms in the ice.
Satellite imagery has greatly advanced during the past years and has become widely used in many research areas.
Functional, or “smart,” materials can be used for engineering applications in fields such as medical devices, rehabilitation, aerospace, and defense.
Macrophages are important immune cells that detect and destroy invading cells.
Several MSI PIs and RIS group staff members are working on a University of Minnesota Grand Challenge research project to
Farming is an essential part of Minnesota’s economy, and the University of Minnesota has a long tradition of providing farmers with state-of-the-art technologies to increase productivity.