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First light at the most powerful laser in the US
  1. First light at the most powerful laser in the US

    The ZEUS laser at the University of Michigan has begun its commissioning experiments

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  2. First light soon at the most powerful laser in the US

    The ZEUS laser at the University of Michigan has begun its commissioning experiments

  3. Protected: Part grad school, part work experience

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  4. $5M to enable remote, next-generation autonomous vehicle testing at Mcity

    ‘Mcity 2.0’ will give researchers, many without testing resources, remote access to the Mcity Test Facility—creating a more equitable playing field in mobility.

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  5. U-M team reaches next phase of Amazon Alexa Prize SimBot Challenge

    Team SEAGULL, led by doctoral student Yichi Zhang and advised by Prof. Joyce Chai, strives to develop embodied AI agents capable of attending to users’ needs, following natural language instructions, collaborating, and continuously improving through interaction.

  6. Walking and slithering aren’t as different as you think

    New mathematical model links up slithering with some kinds of swimming and walking, and it could make programming many-legged robots easier.

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  7. Photosynthesis copycat may improve solar cells

    The new approach moves energy efficiently and could reduce energy losses converting light into electricity.

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  8. Sowing opportunity

    Gay Breidinger’s fellowship gift to U-M will provide financial support to aspiring female scientists as well as materials science and engineering graduate students.

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  9. Prof. Xinyu Wang collaborates with UiPath to democratize automation

    The two will collaborate on building new programming techniques that are accessible to non-experts and non-programmers.

  10. $11M DOE center for next-gen battery technology

    The University of Michigan will lead a suite of projects involving multiple institutions to boost understanding of solid-state EV power cells.

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