The world’s largest free standing Rubik’s Cube
The 1,500-pound, mostly aluminum apparatus was unveiled today on the second floor of the G.G. Brown building.
Renovated nuclear reactor building opens as world-class labs
Inside the renovated Nuclear Engineering Laboratory, researchers in the nation's top-ranked program will advance nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety, and energy.
A self-healing, water-repellant coating that’s ultra durable
A self-healing, water-repellent spray-on coating developed at the University of Michigan is hundreds of times more durable than its counterparts and could enable waterproofing of vehicles, clothing, rooftops and countless other surfaces.
It doesn't always take a big grant to solve a problem, but it certainly helps.
It began with a pair of pictures in a textbook on computational methods.
Some of the best university facilities in the nation for a variety of research areas are here.
SPIE Tribute Conference held in honor of AE Department Chair Dr. Dan Inman
On March 28-29, an SPIE Tribute Conference was held in honor of Aerospace Chair Dr. Dan Inman for a lifetime of contributions to the field of smart structures.
Five faculty teams awarded Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize
Five faculty projects led by Michael Cole, Mary Lou Dorf, Craig Regester, Stephen Rush and Adam Simon will be awarded the ninth annual Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize.
Professor Brian Denton receives research funding from UM Comprehensive Cancer Center
Industrial and Operations Engineering Professor Brian Denton has received funding from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.