September 2, 2016

Graudate students Cayla Duffy and Julie Hess are recipients of 2016-17 Minnesota Discovery, Research and Innovation Economy (MnDRIVE) fellowships. 

Duffy received a fellowship in the brain conditions research area, while Hess will conduct her research in the global food area. 

MnDRIVE is a landmark partnership between the University and the state of Minnesota that aligns areas of University research strength with the state's key and emerging industries to address grand challenges. There are four key research areas in the program: robotics, global food, environment and brain conditions. 

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