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News Story High-tech robotics center coming to U-Michigan
The U-M Board of Regents approved the College of Engineering's new robotics building project on April 16. The three-story, 100,000-square-foot facility is ...
News Story Rumor-detector software IDs disputed claims on Twitter
A week after the Boston marathon bombing, hackers sent a bogus tweet from the official Twitter handle of the Associated Press. It read: "Breaking: Two ...
News Story chemical/x-molconn-Z New Toyota autonomous vehicle hub boosts region's leadership in transforming mobility
In a step that bolsters the region's strong driverless technology development ecosystem, U-M will be collaborating with Toyota to establish an autonomous ...
News Story Hacking into homes: Security flaws found in SmartThings connected home system
Cybersecurity researchers were able to hack into the leading "smart home" automation system and essentially get the PIN code to the front door.
News Story In our image
Jonathan Hurst likes to go running at night. It's harder to see the ground then -- harder to make out the roots, gullies and sidewalk lips and bound over them ...
News Story New Michigan-Saudi collaboration
The Center of Excellence for Microwave Sensor Technology will be a major site for research in microwave sensor technology, with the first projects focusing on ...
News Story Mapping the brain: Probes with tiny LEDs shed light on neural pathways
With U-M's new neural probe, researchers will be able to turn individual neurons on and off while eavesdropping on the network to better understand how ...
News Byte The end of Moore's Law: Are we facing the creation or the apocalypse?
For 55 years, Moore’s Law of increasing the number of transistors on a chip by approximately twice every two years has led to unprecedented advances in ...
News Story C source code Liquid bonding a super plastic
A new 'super plastic' that can direct heat away from its source opens up a wide range of possibilities for making more efficient electronic devices.
News Byte Information, decisions, and networks
Friends and former students of Prof. Demos Teneketzis are celebrating his 65th birthday with a Workshop on Information, Decisions, and Networks in his honor.
News Story text/texmacs NASA rocket launches two U-M projects
A NASA Delta 2 rocket scheduled to launch on January 29 will carry two satellites with University of Michigan connections. One will measure soil moisture on ...
News Byte Sustainability hour
Solar cells convert less energy into electricity than into heat, because of basic thermodynamic laws. This is the unavoidable consequence of absorbing the ...
News Story U-M Autonomous boat team takes third place at RoboBoat 2015
Buoyed by a sleek new hull design, the University of Michigan autonomous boat team finished third out of 16 competitors in the 2015 Roboboat competition, held ...
News Story Powering the internet of things
Michigan Engineers are developing ultra low power circuits and systems to make this tech-topian future possible.
News Story chemical/x-pdb EECS Fellowship Fund receives planned gift from Bauhahns
Paul E. (MS EE '69, MS Physics '72, PhD EE '77) and Ruth E. (MA '74) Bauhahn of Fridley, Minnesota, have made a planned gift of $450,000 to establish the Ruth ...
News Story Art-inspired solar cells
Kirigami could be the key to flat, lightweight solar cells that can track the sun across the sky.
News Story D source code What makes cancer cells spread? New device offers clues
Why do some cancer cells break away from a tumor and travel to distant parts of the body? A team of oncologists and engineers from the University of Michigan ...
News Story VCS/ICS calendar Fighting cancer with microfluidics
When fighting cancer, speed is of the utmost importance. A microfluidic chip developed by Michigan engineers has enabled a stunning advantage in testing the ...
News Story Troff document Holes found in report on St. Jude medical device security
A report that alleged security flaws in a popular brand of pacemaker and other life-saving medical devices has major flaws of its own, Michigan Engineering ...
News Byte Troff document Taking bipedal walking robots from science fiction to science fact
In science fiction, robots walk, run, and jump better than you. In reality, can you count on them to walk over rubble and pull you from a burning building? Not ...
News Story Troff document Getting the light out
Researchers at the University of Michigan have discovered a way to get 50% more light out of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), bringing them one step ...
News Byte CSE Distinguished Lecture Series: Richard Lipton
In this talk, Richard Lipton will try to explain how various results of mine and others came into being. Understanding the history of advances in our area, ...
News Story Build your own Siri: An open-source digital assistant
An open-source computing system you command with your voice like Apple's Siri is designed to spark a new generation of "intelligent personal assistants" for ...
News Story Troff document An open-source digital assistant
An open-source computing system you command with your voice like Apple’s Siri is designed to spark a new generation of “intelligent personal assistants” for ...
News Story image/x-jg An autonomous 'SmartCart' test bed at U-Michigan
A fleet of autonomous "SmartCarts" -- high-tech, 3D printed, low-speed electric vehicles -- could one day zip around U-M's North Campus, taking students, ...
News Story Octet Stream Solving the big data dilemma
Michigan engineers are developing more robust algorithms and new-school statistical models that will help realize the true potential of a big data driven ...
News Story audio/x-realaudio New 3D camera with clear, graphene light detectors
The new design, under development at Michigan, should be smaller and able to achieve higher resolutions than current 3D cameras.
News Byte chemical/x-molconn-Z The economics of a job--and why choose a startup instead
In this MconneX lecture, Abdur Chowdhury, co-founder of Pushd, discusses the dynamics of the job market, and why starting or joining a start-up might make more ...
News Byte Remote sensing science and technology in support of exploration and safe utilization of energy resources
In this talk a number of recently developed radar remote sensing techniques will be presented to demonstrate the potential of microwave remote sensing ...