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More efficient machine vision technology modeled on human vision
  1. More efficient machine vision technology modeled on human vision

    Prof. Robert Dick and advisee Ekdeep Singh Lubana developed a new technique that significantly improves the efficiency of machine vision applications

  2. Johanna Mathieu receives NSF CAREER Award to help build a smarter, more sustainable grid

    Mathieu will develop optimization and control methods to leverage the flexibility available from distributed energy resources.

  3. Facebook Fellowship for research on web privacy, security, and censorship

    McDonald works to develop better privacy and security tools for marginalized communities

  4. Online censorship detector aims to make the internet a freer place

    Censored Planet could provide new insight into the flow of online information

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  5. Nuclear nonproliferation: $25 million for new tech and developing the security workforce

    Many nuclear engineers who work in national security are headed for retirement. This initiative helps make sure we don’t drop the baton.

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  6. Sustainable biofuel: Design principles for bioengineered microbe catalysts

    The US has been stuck on corn kernels for producing ethanol, rather than woody “cellulosic” material. Efficient microbes for converting cellulose to biofuel could change the game.

    The post Sustainable biofuel: Design principles for bioengineered microbe catalysts appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  7. Time-varying metamaterials for next generation communication, sensing, and defense systems

    With $7.5M MURI grant, Professor Anthony Grbic is developing metamaterials for a new generation of integrated electromagnetic and photonic systems.

  8. How connected vehicles’ wipers could help prevent flooding

    We’ve been promised all kinds of benefits from a future of connected vehicles, but flood control?

    The post How connected vehicles’ wipers could help prevent flooding appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  9. A ‘decathlon’ for antibiotics puts them through more realistic testing

    Surprise findings could upend the current drug discovery approach for treating one of the most dangerous hospital-borne infections.

    The post A ‘decathlon’ for antibiotics puts them through more realistic testing appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  10. Cartilage could be key to safe ‘structural batteries’

    The new prototype cells can run for more than 100 cycles at 90 percent capacity and withstand hard impacts and even stabbing.

    The post Cartilage could be key to safe ‘structural batteries’ appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.