By land, sea and air, Minnesota is advancing robots that assist our daily lives.
In 1925, an enterprising University of Wisconsin professor by the name of Harry Steenbock decided to buck an unofficial tradition of leaving university-based inventions and discoveries unpatented. With $300 from his own pocket, Steenbock filed for and was granted a patent for his process of using UV radiation to enrich foodstuffs with Vitamin D. Wanting to help his fellow faculty and staff researchers protect their own patentable work, Steenbock and Harry L. Russell, dean of the College of Agriculture, and Charles Sumner Slichter, dean of the Graduate School, worked to create an organization that could serve as a patent holder
Stem cells - and the research that surrounds them - continues to grow at the University of Wisconsin.
And other stories from five years at the forefront of clean energy research and education.
With an eye to innovation, Rutgers promotes a passion for service.
Hungry to learn? An appetite for knowledge? IU has the space for you.
Basic research that is anything but "basic."
And what the subnivium layer can tell us about climate change.
Does this post feature squid-based technology? You bet it does!
Helping move air traffic control to the "NextGen"