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  1. Electric field control of magnetism

    The Van Vlack Lecture Series was established in honor of L. H. Van Vlack, to provide a distinguished lecture series from the outstanding leaders in the field of Materials Science and Engineering.

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  2. 2017 Van Vlack Lecture featuring Cal University Professor Ramamoorthy Ramesh

    In the 2017 Van Vlack Lecture, Ramamoorthy Ramesh will use Energy as a “Clear and Present” example of where we, as scientists, engineers, young and not-so-young, need to rise up and meet the challenges that we are faced with.

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  3. Printed meds could reinvent pharmacies, drug research

    A new process can print multiple medications onto a single dissolvable strip, microneedle patch or other surface.

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  4. Computing + data wide across the curriculum

    Rob Rutenbar points out that people need a systematic middle way to take CS “wide” into diverse disciplines.

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  5. “Labyrinth” chip could help monitor aggressive cancer stem cells

    A breast cancer clinical trial relies on a hydrodynamic maze to capture cancer stem cells from patient blood.

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  6. Historic satellite launch brings U-M history to space

    Planning to launch mid-2018, an exciting team of Michigan students is designing a space-based time capsule.

  7. Student’s digital art makes the Cube even more interactive

    Keenan Rebara hopes to add to the fun of spinning the Cube using his a bit of physics and sensors.

  8. Bionic heart tissue: U-Michigan part of $20M center

    Scar tissue left over from heart attacks creates dead zones that don’t beat. Bioengineered patches could fix that.

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  9. Reading cancer’s chemical clues

    A nanoparticle-assisted optical imaging technique could one day read the chemical makeup of a tumor.

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  10. Solar storm: U-M model’s predictions ‘a remarkable achievement’

    A space weather tool Michigan Engineers developed was used to produce animations that show predictions of how the recent storm would distort Earth’s magnetic field.

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