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In the news: Michigan Engineering experts September 27 – October 1
  1. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts September 27 – October 1

    Highlights include Nature and Newsweek.

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  2. $1.8M to develop room temperature, controllable quantum nanomaterials

    The project could pave the way for compact quantum computing and communications as well as efficient UV lamps for sterilization and air purification.

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  3. Wireless electricity and safety: A Q&A with Alanson Sample

    How the safety of a wireless charging room stacks up to that of a cell phone.

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  4. A solid foundation: Alumni reflections

    As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, alum Luis B. Fargier-Gabaldón (PhD Civil Engineering, 2005) reflects on his time in the department and how it impacted his career.

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  5. The NAE invites Prof. Necmiye Ozay to symposium to advance the engineering frontier

    Ozay presented on her research that is relevant to cybersecurity and the future of space exploration.

  6. Video: 100% renewable diesel cars can reduce carbon emissions while waiting for electric vehicles

    Researchers estimate that there was an 80% carbon footprint reduction when using renewable hydrocarbon biofuels instead of traditional petroleum-sourced fuels

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  7. Augmented reality for testing nuclear components

    A new machine learning platform detects and quantifies radiation-induced defects instantaneously and could be extended to interpret other microscopy data.

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  8. Using negative probability for quantum solutions

    Probabilities with a negative sign have been of great use in quantum physics.

  9. Individual finger control for advanced prostheses demonstrated in primates

    An electrode array implanted in the brain predicts finger motions in near real time.

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  10. Anthony England, former NASA astronaut, professor, and dean, retires

    England has dedicated more than two decades of his distinguished career helping students reach for the stars to understand more about Earth and other planets.