Fridley-based Medtronic is looking for pharmaceutical industry partners as it seeks to advance a pump technology, which Medtronic believes could be a good delivery system for Alzheimer's medicines pushed directly into the brain, the Pioneer Press reports.
Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo to retire next month
He's overseen the MPD since mid-2017, following the killing of Justine Ruszczyk Damond
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, December 6
The latest from the state health department.
'Minneapolis, we're coming!!!': Foo Fighters announce rescheduled concert
The previously announced Huntington Bank Stadium was cancelled.
Original Broadway Pizza closes, iconic caboose headed to museum
The restaurant closed in November.
Brave New Workshop gets new owners in Hennepin Theatre Trust
It is the longest-running satirical comedy theater in the nation.
Minnesota firefighters mourn sudden death of colleague
Aaron Bidle of the Loretto Fire Department passed away suddenly Wednesday.
Snowmobiler goes through the ice on lake near Duluth
Ice thickness varies greatly throughout Minnesota right now.
Here's how much snow fell during the weekend winter winter storm
The Highway 2 corridor in north-central Minnesota was the bullseye.
Roof collapses on 3 firefighters in south Minneapolis
The fire happened at a residence east of Lake Nokomis on Sunday.
42-year-old Minnesota woman missing since December 1
She drives a white 2009 Chevrolet Impala.
20-year-old killed in crash on icy highway during Sunday snowstorm
More than a foot of snow had fallen in the area where the crash occurred.
Vikings fans clamor for change after latest bad loss under Mike Zimmer
The "fire Mike Zimmer" tweets are raging on Twitter again.
Medtronic to study device that could lead to artificial pancreas for diabetics
Medtronic has a green light from regulators to begin studies that could lead to automated insulin delivery. A feature in the company's insulin pumps stops sending insulin when blood sugar levels get too low.
Minnesota-based Medtronic to get $17M for artificial pancreas research
Fridley-based Medtronic will be getting $17 million over the next three years for an initiative aimed at stabilizing blood sugar levels in diabetics. The medical technology company announced Friday that they are getting the money from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Helmsley Charitable Trust to improve existing and develop new artificial pancreas technology.
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