The University of Minnesota announces plans for two funds to invest in both spin-outs and US-based startups.

US-based University of Minnesota (UoM) has announced plans to launch both a $20m fund to invest in licensing University technology and a $50m fund that will invest in Stateside start-ups. The $20m fund will make seed-stage investments in UoM startups over a 10-year period, according to the UoM president Eric Kaler, who announced the fund…

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