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    Study Finds MDI Instructor's Innovation Positively Impacts Patients

    One of our M.S. in Medical Device Innovation (MDI) faculty members Dr. Lars Oddsson is widely considered a pioneer in orthopedic wearables. A new study has found that the prosthesis he helped design, Walkasins by RxFunction, improves balance and speed for patients with peripheral neuropathy. The condition, a common complication of diabetes, is the result of nerve damage and causes weakness, numbness and pain in the feet and/or hands.

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    TLI's Mike Johnson on Apps That Block Robocalls

    WCCO reporters investigate the frequency of robocall scams in Minnesota and dig into apps that claim to block these calls. TLI's Mike Johnson, director of graduate studies for the M.S. in Security Technologies, shares his views on where the technology is and what people can do to protect themselves.

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    TLI Instructor, Counterterrorism Expert Responds to California Synagogue Shooting

    Threat intelligence expert Michael Rozin, who teaches in our M.S. in Security Technologies, responds to the recent attack by a gunman at a synagogue near San Diego.

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    Unplugged: Dr. Massoud Amin at Energy Thought Summit 2016

    TLI Director Dr. Massoud Amin and Dr. Bob Metcalfe of the University of Texas discuss energy, networking, security, innovation, education and sustainability at the 2016 Energy Thought Summit.

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    Dr. Massoud Amin on the Power of Microgrids

    Director of the Technological Leadership Institute and Chairman of IEEE Smart Grid, Dr. Massoud Amin writes about moving the North American power sector from centralized power to a national network of microgrids for an article in Electricity Today Magazine.

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    Dr. Massoud Amin Talks About New Energy Technologies with University of Minnesota Retirees Association

    TLI's director, Dr. Massoud Amin addressed the evolution of technologies and ways of doing business in the electric energy industry at the University of Minnesota Retirees Association (UMRA) luncheon in April 2016, as promoted in the UMRA Newsletter.

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