Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
The field of Terramechanics deals with the mechanical behavior of the earth’s surface subjected to vehicle and machinery loads.
The quest for potential new drugs and molecules that can serve as probes of biochemical processes is a major effort at the University of Minnesota.
Algorithms developed by Professor Vipin Kumar (Computer Science and Engineering, MSI Fellow) and his team can be used to detect changes in forest cover due to fires, logging, and other events.
Associate Professors Hiroshi Matsuo (MSI Associate Fellow) and Reuben Harris of the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics lead a team of researchers studying ways of fightin
Professors Lynda Ellis, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, and Larry Wackett, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics, both MSI Associate Fellows, have co-directe
It’s not easy being a plant. There are any number of pathogens just waiting to attack you, and, being a plant, you can’t run away.
The use of massively parallel computing on powerful machines has been a great benefit to many scientific researchers.
The MSI Undergraduate Internship Program wrapped up its 19th summer last month.
The new I-35W bridge, which replaces the one that collapsed in 2007, includes sensors to investigate its structural behavior.