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Professor Perry Hackett (Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development) is featured in the U’s
Research by MSI PI David Redish (professor, Neuroscience) was featured recently on the Office of the Vice President for Research’
MSI PI Logan Spector (professor, Pediatrics; Masonic Cancer Center) is leading
The Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center (MAISRC) was created to address the issues created by an increasing number of invasive plant and ani
MSI PI Doug Arnold (professor, Mathematics) is part of an international collaboration to study the basic science behind waves.
Four MSI PIs have published a paper in the journal Nature Materials in which they describe a new material that may improve computer processing and memory capabilities.
MSI PI Michael McAlpine (Mechanical Engineering) and colleagues recently published a study that showed how to use 3D printing technolo
The Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota has announced that it is forming a team to study microbes in the gut and their influence on the developm
Research by MSI PI Marla Spivak (Entomology) is featured in the Summer 2018 issue of Legacy, the
Research by MSI PI James Anderson (professor, Agronomy and Plant Genetics) is featured in a recent article on Wired.com.