When inspiration hits, it’s hard to ignore. That’s why a group of four Michigan mechanical engineering students decided to craft their very own senior design course. It just so happens that their course was designing and building a massive human controlled Rubik’s Cube. Follow the four of them through conception to completion of their initial design, and see what it takes to scale something that fits in the palm of your hand to a four by four foot, 1500 pound tribute to one of the world’s most beloved puzzles.
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U-M research center spurs new approach to musculoskeletal health
A promising new approach to musculoskeletal disease that focuses on the interactions between body systems like bone and muscle is a top priority at the newly established Michigan Integrative Musculoskeletal Health Core Center.
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Michael Jbara, Justin Evans, Jay LeBoeuf, and Jay Troop discuss their journeys in the music industry. Topics ranging from disruption, acquisition, and the future of how the music industry does business are all on the table from four perspectives.
"Atomic sandwiches" could make computers 100X greener
A newly developed material could lead to a new generation of computing devices, packing in more computing power while consuming a fraction of the energy that today’s electronics require.