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  1. “It’s a supportive and collaborative environment” — making connections as a PhD student in and outside the classroom

    U-M CSE PhD candidate Sarah Jabbour discusses how collaboration is centered in her experience as a graduate student.

  2. Century-old question on fluid in lungs answered

    A “new physiological flow” modeled in the body could aid in treatment of lung infections and pulmonary edema.

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  3. Remembering Huei Peng

    An innovative researcher, leader and educator in vehicle controls and connected/automated vehicles.

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  4. Broadening the engineering perspective through coastline conservation in Middle Earth

    As part of the U-M Engineering Global Leadership (EGL) Honors Program, Electrical Engineering undergrad Nora Desmond traveled There and Back Again to experience the sustainability culture of New Zealand.

  5. Streamlining home assessments for energy justice

    In a partnership with Ecoworks, Pecan Street, and Jefferson East, Prof. Johanna Mathieu is helping create a better process for Detroit homes to benefit from decarbonization, electrification, and renewable energy integration.

  6. ECE Rising Star Tanya Das helps shape nationwide science policy to address climate change and more

    Das, who previously served the Biden Administration as the Chief of Staff of the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy, is currently the Associate Director of Energy Innovation at the Bipartisan Policy Center.

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  7. New non-invasive optical imaging approach for monitoring brain health could improve outcomes for traumatic brain injury patients

    The SCISCCO system could better monitor brain and organ metabolism, helping to diagnose concussions, monitor cerebral metabolism in traumatic brain injury patients, and gauge the response of organs to treatments in an operating or emergency room scenario.

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  8. Equity in the energy technology transition is new Institute’s goal

    The Institute for Energy Solutions will continue U-M’s 75-year legacy of leadership in energy research.

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  9. Onto something

    Amy Cohn’s unconventional approach to solving healthcare problems starts with students. It’s an approach that is gaining ground—at Michigan Medicine and beyond.

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  10. Q&A: Plastic to metal, steel to aluminum—the future of welding and lightweight vehicles

    New techniques for welding very different materials could enable better cars.

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