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Engineering faculty among Provost’s Teaching Innovative Prizes
  1. Engineering faculty among Provost’s Teaching Innovative Prizes

    Faculty project takes innovative approach to improving student learning.

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  2. Faculty Profile: Emily Mower Provost

    Mower Provost talks about getting awards, doing industry research, understanding human behavior – and Star Wars.

  3. Improved neural probe can pose precise questions without losing parts of the answers

    It will now be possible to study brain activity when timing is important, such as the consolidation of memory.

  4. Switchbacks and spikes: Parker Solar Probe data consistent with 20-year-old theory

    Magnetic flux findings suggest “profound consequences for basic solar processes.”

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  5. Game theory and the COVID-19 outbreak: Coordinating our interests at individual to national levels

    A major defense project pivots to explore how to encourage COVID-safe behavior effectively.

  6. Catching nuclear smugglers: fast algorithm could enable cost-effective detectors at borders

    The algorithm can pick out weak signals from nuclear weapons materials, hidden in ordinary radiation sources like fertilizer.

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  7. U-M-approved face shield design guides makers addressing the PPE shortage through 3D printing

    As Ann Arbor’s maker community sprang into action making face shields, Michigan Medicine and the U-M College of Engineering offered a recommended design that is effective and straightforward to produce.

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  8. “Ultra low-power receivers for IoT applications” wins Outstanding Invited Paper

    Prof. David Wentzloff’s paper examining the trends and techniques to achieve ultra-low power receivers was honored by the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference

  9. Making wind power more predictable: A Q&A with Eunshin Byon

    Predictive modeling could help power companies get more consistent output from renewables.

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  10. How much coronavirus testing is enough? States could learn from retailers as they ramp up

    To control the coronavirus spread, the U.S. needs to get the most value out of the limited testing capacity it has.

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