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How an Ice Age paradox could inform sea level rise predictions

New findings from the University of Michigan explain an Ice Age paradox and add to the mounting evidence that climate change could bring higher seas than most models predict.

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New low-cost surgical instrument moves like a surgeon's hand

FlexDex, an intuitive and elegant surgical tool developed at the University of Michigan, is now being used in minimally invasive procedures.

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Quantum limits to heat flow observed at room temperature

Quantum mechanics governs the flow of heat in atoms and Michigan Engineers have directly measured a "quantum of thermal conductance" at room temperature.

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It began with a pair of pictures in a textbook on computational methods.

Karthik Duraisamy

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Google-Funded Flint Water App Helps Residents Find Lead Risk, Resources

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Faculty News

Professor Siqian Shen receives research funding from Department of Defense/Army Research Office

Professor Siqian Shen receives funding from DoD for her project titled: Data-driven Risk-aware Adversarial Analysis under Uncertainty

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Legacy of Michigan Engineering: 200 years of discovery and achievement

We commemorate our history of innovation and leadership with a Bicentennial multimedia story project dedicated to all who have contributed to the Michigan Engineering community, and to all those who will.

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Steimle and Denton enter New England Journal of Medicine’s Data Challenge

IOE PhD Candidate Lauren Steimle and Professor Brian Denton have submitted an entry to the New England Journal of Medicine’s SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge.

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NSF Career Grant Recipient

Thanks to Jason Mars, “Siri” could get a whole lot more effective in the years to come.

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