Creative collaborations, new supercomputer, entrepreneur income
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New Research Space to Center the Arts in Interdisciplinary Collaborations


The ArTeS Collaborative Research Studio will offer a flexible, technology-infused space to ask and address research questions through a creative lens.

Revealing the Invisible: New Supercomputer Equipped to Find Meaning in Data


Agate, named after Minnesota's state gemstone, will supercharge research by offering roughly seven times the computing power of the existing Mesabi system.

Of Income and Taxes: The Unique Position of the Entrepreneur


Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute researchers are studying entrepreneurs’ income and how it compares to that of hired employees.

Research Tools: Distributing Resources to Spur Scientific Progress


A Technology Commercialization program helps researchers share tools developed in the course of their work with others in academic and industry settings.


New Software Shows How to Maximize the Benefits of Investing in Urban Nature

The Value of a County Fair

BlueCube Bio: How Do Trees Survive Minnesota Winters?

RoundtableRx: Matching Medications to Minnesotans in Need

Discrimination and Safety Concerns Are Barriers to Accessing Healthy Food for Food-Insecure Emerging Adults

Facial Expression Software Knows Which Olympic Medal Makes You Happier and Why


2021 MnDRIVE Research Symposium

Friday, July 30, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. | Online

The Louis Stokes North Star STEM Alliance is excited to invite you and your constituents (scholars, staff, faculty, community members) to our 2021 MnDRIVE Research Symposium! This year there are seven MnDRIVE interns from six different institutions: UMN-TC, UMN-Duluth, Augsburg University, Carleton College, St. Olaf, and Bemidji State. Over the past several weeks, each intern has been working with UMN faculty mentors and research teams on MnDRIVE projects aimed to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality of Minnesota.

Join via Zoom
Meeting ID: 924 7477 7070


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