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Transparent organic solar cells reach record efficiency

Professor Stephen Forrest's team has developed organic solar cells that have achieved 15 percent efficiency and could produce electricity at two-thirds the cost of 2017 averages. These flexible cells will be able to curve around structures or be transparently built into windows.

Yingying Zeng, Macromolecular Sci & Eng PhD students, demonstrates uses of oxygen sniffing core-shell phosphor nanoparticles in the NCRC on November 22, 2017.

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Spring Graduation

Congratulations to all the graduating Michigan Engineers. We know your intellectual curiosity and socially conscious conviction will serve you well as you take the next step of your career.

Breaking Ground on Ford Robotics Building

Starting in early 2020, robots will drive, walk, fly and help rehabilitate or enhance human function in the $75-million Ford Motor Company Robotics Building.