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Students and faculty collaborate on breakthrough research across disciplines, campus and the world.

An epipen for spinal cord injuries

When the body withstands physical trauma, the immune system rushes to the source. However, too much inflammation around a spinal injury can result in paralysis. An epipen developed by Michigan Engineering researchers deploys nanoparticles in the body that prevent immune cells from overreacting, reducing the risk of permanent injury.

Members of the Michigan Bioastronautics and Life Support Systems (BLiSS) team construct a Mars Habitat in the basement of the Space Research Building.

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A tagboard prompting students at the annual IPE Welcome Back event. Photo: Joseph Xu/Michigan Engineering

Michigan Engineers Abroad

Each summer, hundreds of Michigan Engineering students travel abroad to learn, work and gain global perspective.

Decoding the Amazon

Getting into grad school, then enduring the jungle to pursue groundbreaking research required a lot of perseverance. Elizabeth Agee, a civil and environmental engineering PhD candidate, has built sensors that will help us understand how the Amazon will respond as the Earth’s climate changes in the years ahead.