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With AV Challenge, engineers can put their decision-making algorithms to the test
  1. With AV Challenge, engineers can put their decision-making algorithms to the test

    U-M’s Mcity will provide the first-of-its-kind city-scale virtual proving ground for competitors from industry and academia.

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  2. 2024 AAAS Fellows include three Michigan Engineering professors

    The Michigan researchers are honored for trailblazing work in targeted drug delivery, self-assembling nanostructures and unraveling the mysteries of solar storms.

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  3. Spatial atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution will bolster reproductive research

    Most human oocytes never get a chance to mature into eggs—a new study sheds light on why.

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  4. Better battery manufacturing: Robotic lab vets new reaction design strategy

    Mixing unconventional ingredients in just the right order can make complex materials with fewer impurities. The robotic lab that tested the idea could be widely adopted.

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  5. First atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution is a step toward artificial ovary

    Most human oocytes never get a chance to mature into eggs—a new study sheds light on why.

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  6. Optimizing the answer to ‘where?’

    NAE profile: Mark Daskin, Industrial and Operations Engineering

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  7. Advancing national security on all fronts

    NAE profile: Donald Winter, naval architecture and marine engineering, and aerospace engineering

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  8. Democratizing minimally-invasive surgery

    NAE profile: Shorya Awtar, mechanical engineering

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  9. Better wastewater treatment with biology

    NAE profile: Glen Daigger, civil and environmental engineering

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  10. New reactor could save millions when making ingredients for plastics and rubber from natural gas

    With oil production dropping, a process using natural gas is needed to avert a shortage of a workhorse chemical used for automotive parts, cleaning products and more.

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