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  1. Improving traffic signal timing with a handful of connected vehicles

    Communities could reduce costs and cut vehicle emissions—all in the name of shortening your trip.

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  2. Widely used AI tool for early sepsis detection may be cribbing doctors’ suspicions

    When using only data collected before patients with sepsis received treatments or medical tests, the model’s accuracy was no better than a coin toss.

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  3. Leader in robotics at U-M and beyond elected to National Academy of Engineering

    Dawn Tilbury is recognized for advances in manufacturing network control and human-robot interaction, as well as engineering leadership.

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  4. Mariel Lavieri selected to join the New Voices program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine

    The U-M industrial and operations engineer is recognized for excellence in research related to human health as well as championing diversity, equity and inclusion.

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  5. Urine-to-fertilizer effort part of NSF Regional Innovation Engine 

    U-M involved in Great Lakes consortium to support sustainable economic growth

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  6. U-M team receives NIH grant for collaborative research to speed ARDS diagnosis

    University of Michigan researchers examine if molecular compounds in exhaled breath could lead to improved diagnosis and tracking of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).

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  7. Beating the freeze: Up to $11.5M for eco-friendly control over ice and snow

    Taking a page from nature’s book could allow humans to mitigate subzero temperatures without harming the environment

    The post Beating the freeze: Up to $11.5M for eco-friendly control over ice and snow appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  8. Is lung cancer treatment working? This chip can tell from a blood draw

    By trapping and concentrating tiny numbers of cancer cells from blood samples, the device can identify whether a treatment is working at the four-week mark.

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  9. Off-road autonomy: Automotive Research Center funded with $100 million through 2028

    As automakers explore self-driving cars, the Army-funded center will figure out how to take the tech off-road through computer modeling and simulation.

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  10. Linking online and offline social networks to better predict real world impact

    Prof. Lei Ying leads a new MURI that is focused on the interplay between online and offline networks and how they could impact disruptive behavior and events.