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Oxygen-Sniffing Nanoparticles
Oxygen-Sniffing Nanoparticles
Jinsang Kim, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and his team o...
Ultra-High Performance Concrete | Sherif El-Tawil
Ultra-High Performance Concrete | Sherif El-Tawil
High prices for stronger and more durable concrete – known as ultra high-performance concrete (UHPC) have kept it out of widespread use by local, state and federal governments. At the request of Mich...
Stephen Forrest | ECE Bicentennial + Beyond Lecture
Stephen Forrest | ECE Bicentennial + Beyond Lecture
William Gould Dow Collegiate Professor in Electrical Engineering Steve Forrest is an internationally-renowned researcher, educator, and entrepreneur. His research focuses on photovoltaic cells, organi...
Predicting a Hurricane's Impact with Big Data
Predicting a Hurricane's Impact with Big Data
A University of Michigan research team is crunching data on the fly to predict a storm's impact on electrical infrastructure. Their models are part of a larger project that aims to predict the probabi...
2017 Glenn F. Knoll Lecture | Lothar Strüder
2017 Glenn F. Knoll Lecture | Lothar Strüder
Lothar Strüder, CEO of PNSensor and Professor at the University of Siegen, Germany presents his lecture, “High-Speed Imaging and Spectroscopy of X-Rays and Particles with Silicon Detectors”. Professo...
ECE Bicentennial + Beyond Lecture Series | Ken Wise
ECE Bicentennial + Beyond Lecture Series | Ken Wise
Ken Wise is responsible for numerous technologies and devices used around the world and now enabling the “Internet of Things” (IoT). These include pressure, flow, and uncooled-infrared sensors; integr...
2017 Spencer Lecture Promo | Professor Margaret G. Kivelson
2017 Spencer Lecture Promo | Professor Margaret G. Kivelson
The 2017 Spencer Lecturer will be Climate & Space Professor Margaret G. Kivelson, who has worked in the space sciences since the late 1950s. Professor Kivelson will deliver this year’s lecture, and t...
LabLog | Immune cell diversion
LabLog | Immune cell diversion
When the immune system goes haywire, it would be nice if white blood cells could be prevented from causing inflammation in the body. A surprise finding suggests that plastic micro or nano particles ca...
Breaking Down Autumn - Engineering Nature’s Sugars
Breaking Down Autumn - Engineering Nature’s Sugars
Heather Mayes, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, is working with a team of researchers to understand protein-sugar interactions in plant biomass and harness them for...
U-M Biointerfaces Institute
U-M Biointerfaces Institute
The future of biomedical research requires not only innovative science and technology, but a reinventing of the research process itself. This vision of a new academic research blueprint emphasizing in...