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  1. Semiconductor workforce program increases access to hands-on training

    ‘In undergrad, you sometimes feel like you’re just passing classes. But what we’re doing here is science.’

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  2. $7.5M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M

    The Department of Energy will support research into faster reactor licensing, just energy transitions, and more.

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  3. New kind of superresolution explores cell division

    Interactions between structures at the nanoscale sync up with the way the whole cell contracts and expands during this vital process.

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  4. A surprisingly simple way to foil car thieves

    Flicking lights or swiping wipers could one day add extra security to vehicles.

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  5. Prof. Aline Eid seeks to further knowledge of the world with a 5G Wireless Power Grid

    Prof. Eid is looking to design the future of smart cities and infrastructures using ultra-low power wireless sensing and communications technologies.

  6. Prof. Aline Eid seeks to better perceive the world using a 5G Wireless Power Grid

    Prof. Eid is looking to design the future of smart cities and infrastructures using ultra-low power wireless sensing and communications technologies.

  7. $1.3M to improve urea fertilizer production and reduce CO2 emissions

    Rather than contributing to emissions, the production of an essential fertilizer could consume carbon dioxide, and a U-M team will explore such a method.

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  8. $18M to advance materials research for quantum computing, sustainable plastics and more

    New center builds a campus-wide ecosystem for designing and manufacturing materials of the future at U-M while training a more representative workforce.

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  9. Amit Misra to lead Michigan Materials Research Institute

    A leader in materials science and engineering, Misra looks to build on the Institute’s early impact.

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  10. Kamal Sarabandi honored with 2024 IEEE Electromagnetics Award

    Sarabandi is recognized for his outstanding contributions to the theory and application of electromagnetics.