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How to Color-Code Nearly Invisible Nanoparticles

A more accurate and less expensive technique makes nanoparticles shine in colors based on size. Quickly determining the size of nanoparticles has implications for drug delivery, biological sensors, advanced coatings, and lithography of more advanced computer chips.

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A New, Unique Approach to Investing in Faculty Research

Bolder ideas are the heart of new high-impact research funding programs - inspired from entrepreneurial investment models.

Michigan Mars Rover

At the international University Rover Challenge at the Mars Research Station in the Utah desert, the interdisciplinary U-M team received a perfect score in the Science Cache task and placed 3rd in the United States - 9th overall. GO BLUE

Joi-Lynn Mondisa, Assistant Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, smirks as Valerie Washington, IOE PhD Student, bundles up with a slight sense of shame as she tells Mondisa about what she wants to “focus” on for her graduate studies.
I saw mentorship as the mechanism that needed to be studied. Protégés are the benefactors of mentoring.
Joi Mondisa, Assistant Professor Industrial & Operations Engineering