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PepsiCo has recently begun to use the U’s bioinformatics research resources, including the University of Minnesota
The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) has published a list of patents that have been awarded to University researchers during the past few m
In a recent paper that appeared in The American Naturalist, MSI PI Allison Shaw, an assistant professor in t
The University of Minnesota’s GroupLens Lab has received wide attention recently for a paper about how people can interpret various emoji differently.
The University of Minnesota is part of a $317 million grant to develop next-generation “smart” fabrics and fibers. Dozens of academic and industry partners are involved in this project.
MSI PI Robert Reich (Forest Resources) is the lead researcher on a recent pa
MSI PI and Director of the Institute for Therapeutics Discovery and Development Gun
MSI PI Kelvin Lim, a professor in the Department of Psychiatry, was inter
Three MSI Principal Investigators are among the faculty members featured in a special report by the College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resources Sciences
Four of the spring semester’s Grand Challenge courses are being taught by MSI Principal Investigators.