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  1. Ideas without borders

    Michigan Engineering alum Robert LeMoyne releases a new book about his life-changing injuries in efforts to help others who have suffered traumatic injuries.

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  2. Video: Self-monitoring device for diseases

    Aaron Morris, Michigan Engineering’s new Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, shares about his work with innovative disks that can be implanted to enable real-time self-monitoring for a range of illnesses.

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  3. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts May 9-13

    Highlights include the Associated Press and MLive.

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  4. Engineering tough

    Michigan engineering alum Linda Zhang has the daunting task of bringing America’s bestselling vehicle into the electric age.

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  5. Designing large neural codes for the next generation of communication systems

    PhD candidate Mohammad Vahid Jamali won a Best Paper award at IEEE ICC for his work on Product AutoEncoders, which could help shape future generations of wireless networks, IoT, and autonomous systems.

  6. Thomas Ryan awarded SMART Scholarship to support his studies on defense technologies

    Ryan is an electrical engineering undergrad interested in military systems and devices.

  7. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts May 2-6

    Highlights include NPR.

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  8. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts April 25-29

    Highlights include dbusiness.

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  9. Kang G. Shin recognized with Distinguished Leadership Award by IEEE Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board

    His work in the area of real-time computing has spanned decades and has had impact in a broad range of applications.

  10. Opinion: five megatrends higher education must address

    The University of Michigan’s aerospace engineering department recently completed a strategic review of the changing aerospace landscape and identified five megatrends that will shape the future

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