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News Story That Google Glass guy
Thirty seconds with Babak Parviz (MSE EE '97, MS '01, PhD EE '01), the U-M electrical engineering grad who brought the world Google Glass and smart contact ...
News Story Thermal vision: Graphene spans infrared spectrum
Graphene comes of age in infrared light detection with a new method for measuring the electrical signal, could enable infrared vision in smart phones and ...
News Story Live long and phosphor
In a step that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and lower power consumption for large-screen televisions, Stephen Forrest's group has extended ...
News Story A new way to make laser-like beams using 250x less power
With precarious particles called polaritons that straddle the worlds of light and matter, Michigan Engineering researchers have demonstrated a new, practical ...
News Story Lithium battery research points to safer, stronger, less flammable alternative
A new technique developed by U-M Materials Science and Engineering professor Richard Laine's research group holds promise for the quest to create a scalable ...
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 D source code Nanowires for greener LEDs
Shrinking semiconductors down to wires a few atoms across could lead to efficient, color-adjustable LED lights, according to work led by Manos Kioupakis of ...
News Story Troff document Layered graphene beats the heat
An international team of researchers, led by faculty at the University of Michigan, have found that a layered form of graphene can expel heat efficiently, ...
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 ...