Throwback 1927: The refugee that changed the way engineering mechanics is taught to this day. #UMICH200
From bipedal robots to autonomous technologies, Michigan is a leader in robotics research.
Our faculty and researchers are among the top leaders in their fields.
Students and faculty collaborate on breakthrough research across disciplines, campus and the world.
Ellen Arruda, a professor of mechanical engineering, and Mark Daskin, the Clyde W. Johnson Collegiate Professor, receive one of the highest honors bestowed on engineers in the U.S.
The intersection between engineering, the world and the University of Michigan.
A young Michigan Engineer quit her six-figure job to open her home country’s first bean-to-bar chocolate factory, but this is not a story about chocolate. It's a story about science, engineering, economics and heart.
Zhong He, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Science, U-M
The original purpose of setting up the company was to keep the team together. They were extraordinary graduate students.”