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Coating method could improve temporary implants that dissolve in the body
  1. Coating method could improve temporary implants that dissolve in the body

    Very even, pure coatings that promote healing may now be possible for biodegradable sutures and bone screws.

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  2. New restrooms help demonstrate urine fertilizer concept

    The nation’s first end-to-end urine diversion demonstration system opened, a step toward more sustainable and cost-effective fertilizer and wastewater treatment.

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  3. U-M team’s power grid work earn kudos at national conference

    Society for Risk Analysis recognizes Michigan researchers for work predicting storm damage.

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  4. Sensors from head to toe – Todd Coleman makes measuring health simpler

    Prof. Todd Coleman’s group is tackling the challenging problem of getting high-fidelity monitoring to work affordably at home.

  5. Hurricane tracking satellites successfully launched

    NASA has successfully launched a constellation of eight hurricane-tracking microsatellites in a $151 million mission that’s led by the University of Michigan.

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  6. The beginning of the amniotic sac

    Amnion developed from human stem cells are being studied. Understanding infertility and pregnancy loss are one area being investigated.

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  7. Kamal Sarabandi elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

    The AAAS seeks to advance science, engineering, and innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people.

  8. $1.1 million grant to develop robot emergency response capabilities

    Office of Naval Research has awarded Dmitry Berenson, an assistant professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, $1.1 million to help advance emergency response capabilities for robots.

  9. Ushering in the next generation of flat-panel displays and medical imagers

    Prof. Kanicki expects breakthroughs in both the flat-panel display and imager industries using his-ITZO TFT technology in the near future.

  10. Student Arun Nagpal develops new ENG 100 section to spotlight space science

    UM-SEDS co-President Arun Nagpal develops ENG 100 section to expose freshman to space science and atmospheric sensing.