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News Story text/texmacs Avoiding buried utilities and excavation accidents
We live above a web of buried utility lines that make modern life possible. Michigan Engineers are developing a revolutionary method for excavator operators to ...
News Story Understanding concussions: Testing head-impact sensors
Researchers tested a new, high-profile head impact sensor that could one day help identify more concussions and dangerous hits.
News Story Crash-testing concussion sensors
How head-impact sensors might one day help athletes, coaches and doctors identify more dangerous hits that could lead to concussions. Michigan Engineering ...
News Story T-ray tech converts light to sound for weapons detection, medical imaging
A device that essentially listens for light waves could help open up the last frontier of the electromagnetic spectrum, the terahertz range.
News Story Mercury in the air
While coal burning power plants satisfy our energy needs, they can also emit the neurotoxin mercury into the air. To combat this hazard, Michigan engineers ...
News Story Pile driver sensors
Pile driving produces thousands of impacts every day. Vibrations from pile driving create cracks in deep foundations for nearby structures like bridges. A team ...
News Story 'Bulletproof' battery: Kevlar membrane for safer, thinner lithium rechargeables
New battery technology from the University of Michigan might be able to prevent the kind of fires that grounded Boeing 787s in 2013. The innovation is an ...
News Byte Nadine Sarter speaks at National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine on Aviation Safety Assurance
IOE Professor Nadine Sarter gave an invited presentation to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Committee on Aviation Safety Assurance ...
News Story Flint water crisis: How Michigan Engineering and U-M are responding
Water quality researchers at Michigan Engineering and the university are concerned about several long-term aspects of the Flint drinking water crisis and are ...
News Story SIS package Flint water crisis: Michigan Engineers offer insights
Water quality researchers at Michigan Engineering are concerned about several long-term aspects of the Flint drinking water crisis and they're keeping close ...
News Story VCS/ICS calendar Preventing the spread of epidemics
How can you prevent the spread of an epidemic - especially in urban areas with dense populations and diverse immunities? Computer programs based on accurate ...
News Story chemical/x-mdl-rdfile Baby on board
U-M engineers are keeping our most precious cargo safe. Child safety seats come in many different designs based on the child’s age and type of car you drive. A ...
News Story D source code IOE Professor Matt Reed quoted in Boston Globe article on future cars and older drivers
IOE professor and UMTRI research professor, Matt Reed, discusses how his team is designing crash test dummies that better depict the way older bodies will ...
News Byte Oh, my aching back!
Norman M. Wereley of the University of Maryland discusses protective aircraft seat design using magnetorheological systems in this lecture on demand.