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$7.5M MURI to make dynamic AI smarter and safer
  1. $7.5M MURI to make dynamic AI smarter and safer

    Researchers from four U.S. institutions aim to pull the best from control theory and machine learning to build safer mobile, intelligent systems.

  2. Nanotech OLED electrode liberates 20% more light, could slash display power consumption

    A five-nanometer-thick layer of silver and copper outperforms conventional indium tin oxide without adding cost.

  3. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 21-25

    Highlights include Vox and the New York Times.

    The post In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 21-25 appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  4. Michigan researchers get $5.3M to expand COVID-19 wastewater monitoring

    “Wastewater-based epidemiology has shown to be a valuable tool to inform public health officials of case levels and infection trends in a community.”

    The post Michigan researchers get $5.3M to expand COVID-19 wastewater monitoring appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  5. New protein engineering method could accelerate the discovery of COVID-19 therapeutics

    The method could one day be used to develop nanobodies against other viruses and disease targets as well.

    The post New protein engineering method could accelerate the discovery of COVID-19 therapeutics appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  6. First demonstration of Mcity’s test concept for highly automated vehicles

    Mcity ABC Test could serve as a blueprint for proving if an autonomous vehicle is safe enough for public roads.

    The post First demonstration of Mcity’s test concept for highly automated vehicles appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  7. ‘Doomsday Glacier’ may be more stable than initially feared

    Study sheds light on the future of the massive Thwaites Glacier.

    The post ‘Doomsday Glacier’ may be more stable than initially feared appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  8. Her fight for your rights

    Could censorship end the internet as we know it? Not if Roya Ensafi can help it.

  9. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 14-18

    Highlights include Popular Science, CNet and Science Alert

    The post In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 14-18 appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  10. Thomas Wenisch selected as Maurice Wilkes Award Recipient

    The award recognizes Prof. Wenisch’s contributions to memory persistency and energy-efficient systems.