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Undocumented immigrants’ privacy at risk online, on phones
  1. Undocumented immigrants’ privacy at risk online, on phones

    When it comes to their smartphones, immigrants struggle to apply instinctive caution, according to a study by a team of University of Michigan researchers.

  2. How to color-code nearly invisible nanoparticles

    With a bit of metal, nanoparticles shine in colors based on size.

  3. Jiyue Zhu awarded Wiesnet Medal for improved snow algorithms

    An award-winning method will help us better understand how much snow is on the ground.

  4. Designing a flexible future for massive data centers

    A new approach recreates the power of a large server by linking up and pooling the resources of smaller computers with fast networking technology.

  5. The next medical markets of Collin Rich

    An expert health sciences entrepreneur, Rich is ready to repeat success with revolutionary technology.

  6. Paper award for training computer vision systems more accurately

    PhD student Jean Young Song offers an improved solution to the problem of image segmentation.

  7. The material that could power tomorrow’s solar cells

    ‘We estimate that a finished solar cell could be about ten times cheaper than an equivalent gallium arsenide cell.’

    The post The material that could power tomorrow’s solar cells appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  8. Mingyan Liu, 2018 Distinguished University Innovator, talks about her company and data science commercialization

    Mingyan Liu, recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Innovator of the Year award, gave a talk about her startup company and participated on a panel discussing data science commercialiation.

  9. A breakthrough for large scale computing

    New software finally makes ‘memory disaggregation’ practical.

    The post A breakthrough for large scale computing appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  10. Toward a stem cell model of human nervous system development

    Human cells could one day show us more about why neural tube birth defects occur and how to prevent them.

    The post Toward a stem cell model of human nervous system development appeared first on Engineering Research News.