Honing the edge
Nanotechnology already has found hundreds of high-tech uses. But do its tiny particles pose big health risks? That uncertainty, and companies' reluctance to embrace the field, cloud its future. Updated Nov. 2, 2009
A continuing series on innovation in Minnesota.
New biosciences building
University Enterprise Laboratories
Veeco's Jeffrey Hohn
Sometimes the most innovative technology already exists. It just means using it in a different way.
Jim Stoppert, CEO of Segetis held a bottle of the company's bio-based...
An occasional series examining special education in Minnesota’s public schools, where the sharp increase in students who have serious disabilities has brought soaring costs, profound challenges and often controversial new methods for educating them.