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Meteor over Michigan: how dangerous are space hazards like bolides?
Meteor over Michigan: how dangerous are space hazards like bolides?
Around 8 pm on Jan. 16, people across Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio witnessed a meteor exploding in Earth's atmosphere.
Organic semiconductor breakthrough for cheaper, flexible solar cells
Organic semiconductor breakthrough for cheaper, flexible solar cells
Leading optoelectronics researcher Stephen Forrest at the University of Michigan found a way to coax electrons to travel much further than was previously thought possible in the materials often used f...
Bomb Cyclone
Bomb Cyclone
On January 4th, 2018 a crazy weather event slammed into the Northeast United States coast. This phenomenon is known as a bomb cyclone.
Risk Aware Autonomy - Moving Artificial Intelligence Forward
Risk Aware Autonomy - Moving Artificial Intelligence Forward
Dhanvin Mehta, CSE PhD Student, is working on the Risk Aware Multi-Policy Decision Making algorithm to help guide robots in uncertain environments with constantly changing variables, such as for auton...
Making new multiferroics to replace silicon for more efficient computing
Making new multiferroics to replace silicon for more efficient computing
Entropy-stabilized oxides—metal mixtures that contain as many as eight different elements instead of an ordinary alloy’s two or three–could one day drive a new generation of post-silicon computing dev...
ME350 | Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Course
ME350 | Undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Course
Michigan Engineering undergraduate students in ME350 work together in teams to design, build, and test four bar linkage devices. The course pushes the students and teams to employ model-based design ...
Euisik Yoon | 2017 LNF Users Symposium Keynote
Euisik Yoon | 2017 LNF Users Symposium Keynote
Keynote Address for the 2017 LNF Users Symposium, "Biointerface Technologies: Where Engineering Meets Science and Medicine". Euisik Yoon is a University of Michigan Professor of Electrical Engineering...
Eel-Style Electricity
Eel-Style Electricity
Inspired by the electric eel, a flexible, transparent electrical device could lead to body-friendly power sources for implanted health monitors and medication dispensers, augmented-reality contact len...
Margaret Kivelson | 2017 Nelson W. Spencer Lecture
Margaret Kivelson | 2017 Nelson W. Spencer Lecture
Margaret Kivelson is a Distinguished Professor of Space Physics, Emerita in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences (Chair: 1984-1987) and a Distinguished Research Professor at UCLA where she has s...