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Minnesota Innovation in the News

National Schulze-backed student entrepreneurship competition headed to St. Thomas

Mar. 20, 2017, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Minn-vention Madness: Vote for your favorite Minnesota Invention

Mar. 17, 2017, Minnesota Public Radio

Video-streaming startup Seeka TV gives online indie series a home of their own

Mar. 15, 2017, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Virtual-reality startup targeting real estate raises $1.3 million

Mar. 14, 2017, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Kidizen lands $3.2M in VC, ramps up hiring

Mar. 9, 2017, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

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Innovation is embedded in our identity. Minnesota annually ranks among the top five states in new patents per capita and is home to leading technology businesses. This #InnovateMN campaign will highlight the contributions of Minnesota’s innovation economy and connect the next generation of entrepreneurs to available resources. We encourage Minnesotans and Minnesota companies to share their #InnovateMN stories on social media.

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What’s the #InnovateMN Campaign All About?

Minnesota is a hotbed of creative ideas, and we’re committed to helping innovators thrive. This campaign is about sharing inspiring stories and connecting entrepreneurs to resources.

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Workplace Too Hot? Too Cold? Innovator Gets It Just Right

75F in Burnsville has been recognized for HVAC innovation. The firm has developed smart control devices that make commercial spaces more comfortable and energy efficient.

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A Small Product with a Big Goal: Preventing Dialysis-Related Infections

Pursuit Vascular in Maple Grove, Minn., believes its small caps for catheters can save lives and prevent unnecessary health care expenses.

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Getting Hydroelectric Power from Water – Without the Dam

Verterra Energy in Minneapolis has developed a device that goes in moving water and generates power – without a dam. They’ve recently gotten national attention for it.

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Offering a Green Construction Alternative

Envirolastech, a Rochester startup that's building a manufacturing facility in St. Charles, is turning recycled plastic and other landfill-destined materials into durable building products.

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