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Research by MSI PI Jennifer Powers (professor, Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior) in Costa Rica’s dry forests is featured in a rec
Research by MSI PI Thierry Chekouo (assistant professor, Biostatistics and Health Data Science
MSI PI Claudia Schmidt-Dannert (director, BioTechnology Institute; professor, Biochemistry, Molec
The University of Minnesota has been awarded a $16M grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurote
MSI PI Kimberly VanderWaal (associate professor, Veter
MSI PI Andrew Oxenham (professor, Psychology; director, Auditory Perception and Cogni
The Technology Commercialization office has compiled a list of U of M researchers who were awarded U.S. patents in 2022. Many of these patents were awarded to MSI PIs.
Research Computing, MSI’s parent organization, has Graduate Assistantships and Seed Grants available for U of M researchers.
Anyone living in Minnesota over the past decades is familiar with Dutch elm disease and the emerald ash borer, two pathogens that have caused a huge impact on local trees.
In recently published research, three MSI PIs and their colleagues have synthesized a topological semimetal that, while using less energy than current materials, is able to generate more computing