When white blood cells don’t know when to stop, an injection of rod-shaped particles may draw them away from a site of excessive inflammation.
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To improve the prediction and identification of stem-like cancer cells, Prof. Euisik Yoon’s group developed a method that is 3.5 times faster than the standard approach.
In an op-ed, Brian Denton shares his perspective on the damages done by placing restrictions on Chinese students in the U.S.
The new tool could enable the design of more efficient sustainable energy and chemistry technologies.
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As COVID-19 drives a deeper digital skills gap, Michigan Engineering enables students.
‘Noncritical’ in-person research begins ramping up, with public-health protocols.
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The web tools will help state officials identify potential hotspots as they reopen Michigan to business.
As COVID-19 looks more like a disease of the immune system, a Michigan engineer is working with doctors to look at how immune responses differ between mild and severe cases.
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The symposium highlighted new developments in computer architecture, and included a session on how the center’s research can contribute to limiting the impact of pandemics.