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Seshan, of Minneapolis, had an accomplished career as a researcher and academic. But after he retired and moved to the Twin Cities, the former engineer became an artist and musician. He died Oct. 25 at age 71.
“Nee-nee-nee-nee-nee-nee-nee. Naw. Nee-nee-nee. Naw-naw-naw-naw.” Brian Krohn is chanting into his phone, which is displaying animated missiles shooting down a red whale. It’s a new smartphone…
From wizard staffs and surgery tools to sleep apps, this Minnesota genius applies science to real life
In the bestselling novelist's latest thriller, "Origin," science threatens to kill off God.
Insley talked about some future plans in a video she posted on Facebook.
A writer asks Twin Citians for their controversial opinions, and they let him have it on Twitter.
Exercise machines allow you to run, row, bike and climb. Now you can also fly.
Prof. AnnMarie Thomas teaches, leads a lab and lives her life through spectacle and playful learning.
A group fitness class called Spartan Strong uses a "pancake" and more to give you a full-body workout.
Some Twin Cities parents are driving the switch from cars to cargo bikes to haul kids and groceries.