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  1. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 28 – March 4

    Highlights include Axios and The Wall Street Journal.

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  2. ECE alum Mihir Sheth receives Young Innovator Award from Innovate UK for making a medical device that weans patients off ventilators quicker

    Sheth is the co-founder of Inspiritus Health and has developed a simple to use, non-invasive medical device that keeps patients’ muscles engaged when they are on a ventilator to prevent muscle atrophy.

  3. Qing Qu receives CAREER award to explore the foundations of machine learning and data science

    His research develops computational methods for learning succinct representations from high-dimensional data.

  4. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 21-25

    Highlights include the Washington Post and the Daily Beast,

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  5. Materials tour at UMMA lets you look at art like a scientist

    Material science and engineering (MSE) and the University of Michigan Museum of Art might have more in common than you think.

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  6. How well do boosters work? Depends on your genes

    Computer modeling links a person’s genes to whether producing more antibodies will help them fight off the disease.

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  7. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 14-18

    Highlights include ABC News and Engadget.

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  8. Open-source patient model tops industry standard

    Tested without needing hospitals to share data, the method for developing the model could speed further improvements in medical prediction tools.

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  9. ‘Exciton surfing’ could enable next-gen energy, computing and communications tech

    A charge-neutral information carrier could cut energy waste from computing, now that it can potentially be transported within chips.

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  10. ‘Exciton surfing’ could enable next-gen energy, computing and communications tech

    A charge-neutral information carrier could cut energy waste from computing, now that it can potentially be transported within chips.