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Unbreakable bonds
  1. Unbreakable bonds

    The properties of PFAS are so great that we have used these chemicals widely—so widely that now they contaminate our water, our air, our land and our bodies. What can we do about it? Engineers have some ideas, although it’s not going to be easy.

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  2. Team working to reduce energy burdens in Detroit recognized with Michigan Difference Student Leadership Award

    PhD students Joshua Brooks, Xavier Farrell, and Madeline Miller are part of an NSF Smart and Connected Communities project that partners with local Detroit organizations to reduce household energy insecurity.

  3. Optimization could cut the carbon footprint of AI training by up to 75%

    Deep learning models that power giants like TikTok and Amazon, as well as tools like ChatGPT, could save energy without new hardware or infrastructure.

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  4. M.A.R.S. Dialogues explore the ethics underpinning aerospace today and a spacefaring future

    Students, faculty and staff discuss aerospace culture and challenge narratives that are often assumed to be true.

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  5. Gulf offshore oil and gas production has double the climate impact as inventories report

    High methane emissions from shallow water platforms underlie the problem.

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  6. Mingyan Liu named Alice L. Hunt Collegiate Professor of Engineering

    Mingyan Liu, renowned for her research specializing in communication networks and cybersecurity, has served as Chair of ECE since 2018. (video of the talk now available)

  7. ECE Expeditions rides to the Lone Star State for a tour of engineering companies

    Students networked with alums, tested demos of new technology, and toured labs at HPE, NASA, Ambiq, Dell, Torc Robotics, and NI.

  8. High number of NSF CAREER awards, with more still under review

    Sustainable fuels, democratized programming tools, and Internet censorship countermeasures are a few of the projects’ broad potential impacts.

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  9. Record number of NSF CAREER awards received

    Sustainable fuels, democratized programming tools, and Internet censorship countermeasures are a few of the projects’ broad potential impacts.

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  10. Wastewater dashboard adds monkeypox, flu and more for five southeast Michigan communities

    The results of monitoring for diseases beyond COVID-19 are now publicly available for Ann Arbor, Flint, Jackson, Tecumseh and Ypsilanti.

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