Microcoil Array
Posted: May 23, 2024

University of Minnesota Stem Cell Institute faculty members Walter Low, PhD (Neurosurgery) and Susan Keirstead, PhD (Integrative Biology and Physiology), together with Jian-Ping Wang, PhD (Electrical and Computer Engineering), and Theoden Netoff, PhD (Biomedical Engineering), are among a team of researchers… Read More

Genomics Center CoLab
Posted: May 20, 2024

The University of Minnesota Genomics Center has launched a new CoLab offering researchers access to space and instruments, plus specialized training in genomic methods. Center leaders hope the CoLab, available to U of M researchers at no cost, helps free researchers to experiment more with designs and accelerates project turnarounds. Located in the Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building on campus, the CoLab is open 24/7 and… Read More

Potter Lab Team
Posted: May 10, 2024

Never ones to shy away from a challenge, David Potter, MD, PhD, and his team at the Masonic Cancer Center are developing new therapies to target extra-tough breast cancer tumors. Using a class of diabetes drugs, researchers are working toward treatments to activate a patient’s immune system to fight particularly stubborn tumors. The team hopes to begin human clinical trials soon. The Masonic Cancer Center is a… Read More

Brain Science for Lawyers, Judges, and Policymakers
Posted: April 24, 2024

University of Minnesota Law Professor Francis X. Shen, JD, PhD, has co-authored the first introduction to brain science specifically for lawyers, judges, and those interested in the legal implications of neuroscience. Brain Science for Lawyers, Judges, and Policymakers guides readers through the fundamentals of brain science and highlights the ever-increasing role neuroscience data plays in court cases and public policy. In addition, the authors offer… Read More