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Helping students set a course
  1. Helping students set a course

    A professor and his wife set up a scholarship based on their experiences with getting to know their students

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  2. Laser-focused

    Franklin Dollar, a pioneer in laser plasma research, is not only unraveling cosmic mysteries but also promoting equity and inclusivity in science education and research

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  3. Focused ambitions

    While hunger for an artificial intelligence that can think like a human remains unsated, AI continues to appear in our lives in smaller ways.

  4. Advancing chips for the auto sector is the goal of new Michigan-based initiative

    U-Michigan joins industry, state, education partners to develop talent and technology.

  5. New sensation

    Not only can research participants control a prosthetic hand with their minds—now they can begin to “feel” it, too.

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  6. Bittersweet business

    Askanya Chocolates continues to churn out opportunity in an increasingly troubled Haiti.

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  7. Peecycling

    Progress continues for upcycling urine as a safe agricultural fertilizer.

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  8. Johanna Mathieu awarded 2023 IEEE PES Wanda Reder Pioneer in Power Award

    Mathieu is a national leader on research to reduce the environmental impact, cost, and inefficiency of electric power systems.

  9. AI could run a million microbial experiments per year

    Automation uncovers combinations of amino acids that feed two bacterial species and could tell us much more about the 90% of bacteria that humans have hardly studied.

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  10. Building curious machines

    We know more about Mars than our own oceans and lakes. Could artificial intelligence provide answers?

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