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Unhackable computer under development with $3.6M DARPA grant
  1. Unhackable computer under development with $3.6M DARPA grant

    The researchers say they’re making an unsolvable puzzle: ‘It’s like if you’re solving a Rubik’s Cube and every time you blink, I rearrange it.’

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  2. New quick-learning neural network powered by memristors

    U-M researchers created a reservoir computing system that reduces training time and improves capacity of similar neural networks.

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  3. Electricity, eel-style: Soft power cells could run tomorrow’s implantables

    Device generates over 100 volts from saltwater.

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  4. CLASP celebrates 2017 Nelson W. Spencer Lecture

    Professor Margaret Kivelson’s lecture titled, “Magnetic Structures in the Solar System” was followed by a conversation with daughter U-M Professor Valerie A. Kivelson.

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  5. The art of cyber war with Isaac Porche

    Porche shares the global state of cyber warfare, and how his time at Michigan led him to the front lines.

  6. Roads and bridges would last longer, save money with new concrete formula

    U-M researchers to offer non-proprietary concrete formula free of charge.

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  7. Net neutrality repeal: Michigan Engineers weigh in

    On Dec. 14, the FCC will vote on the rules that today ensure internet service providers treat all web content equally.

  8. Seed-sized U-M computers pumped into oil wells featured at the Houston Museum of Natural Science

    Millimeter-sized computers log the temperature and pressure from deep within oil wells.

  9. Artificial cartilage made from Kevlar mimics the magic of the real thing

    In spite of being 80 percent water, cartilage is tough stuff. Now, a synthetic material can pack even more H2O without compromising on strength.

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  10. The beanbag test

    It’s one thing for a robot to sort through a pile of rigid objects like blocks, but what about softer stuff?

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