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Flaring allows more methane into the atmosphere than we thought
  1. Flaring allows more methane into the atmosphere than we thought

    The upside is that simple fixes will have a big impact

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  2. When climate change hits home

    How an organization led by U-M is helping small-town America plan for a warming world.

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  3. CEE receives NSF grant to support independent mobility in people with different physical abilities

    Research seeks to empower end-to-end mobility.

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  4. Heat-resistant nanophotonic material could help turn heat into electricity

    The key to beating the heat is degrading the materials in advance.

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  5. CHIPS and Science Act: Implications and Opportunities

    The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 promises to revitalize the U.S. semiconductor industry. Dennis Sylvester offers his perspective on what it means for ECE.

  6. A view into what’s really happening during gene editing for Precision CRISPR

    Prof. Somin Lee and her research group developed a way to reduce trial and error in gene editing by getting a look at the process in real time

  7. Shutting down backup genes leads to cancer remission, in mice

    Cancer cells delete DNA when they go to the dark side, so a team of doctors and engineers targeted the “backup plans” running critical cell functions.

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  8. Mingyan Liu named Alice L. Hunt Collegiate Professor of Engineering

    Mingyan Liu, renowned for her research specializing in communication networks and cybersecurity, has served as Chair of ECE since 2018.

  9. U-M discovery leading to LASIK is a Golden Goose

    The AAAS Golden Goose awards highlight federally funded breakthroughs that go on to bring important benefits to the lives of regular people.

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  10. Excelling at repelling

    A material science researcher’s drive to ice-, barnacle-, and kid-proof coatings

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