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  1. Kaleo Roberts receives scholarship from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society

    Roberts works to improve remote sensing of soil moisture, which is important for environmental conservation, natural resource management, and agriculture.

  2. Hacking reality

    Microphones that “hear” light; microprocessors that “tell” us secrets; self-driving cars that “see” fake objects; sensors that “feel” the wrong temperature. Our devices are under attack in new, increasingly sophisticated ways. Security researchers at CSE are exploring the limits of hardware and finding new, sobering vulnerabilities in our computers and homes.

  3. Precision health in the palm of your hand

    Recent breakthrough developments in technologies for real-time genome sequencing, analysis, and diagnosis are poised to deliver a new standard of personalized care.

  4. Building a testing-free future

    How automated guarantees that our most complex programs are secure and trustworthy can save us time, money, and anxiety.

  5. Pioneering a way to keep very small satellites in orbit

    More than 250 students had a hand in a satellite scheduled to launch on January 17th, the first in space for a project to keep nanosats in orbit by harnessing Earth’s magnetic field.

    The post Pioneering a way to keep very small satellites in orbit appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  6. $9.95M for “smart intersections” across Ann Arbor

    Technology embedded in existing infrastructure will provide data to connected and automated vehicles, bolstering safety.

    The post $9.95M for “smart intersections” across Ann Arbor appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  7. DYNAMO achieves first observation of the “charge separation effect”

    Research led by Prof. Stephen Rand, Director of the Center for Dynamic Magneto-optics (DYNAMO), has important potential for energy conversion, ultrafast switching, nanophotonics, and nonlinear optics.

  8. ‘Peecycling’ payoff: Urine diversion shows multiple environmental benefits when used at city scale

    New study is the first in-depth analysis of the environmental performance and benefits of large-scale urine recycling relative to conventional wastewater treatment and fertilizer production.

    The post ‘Peecycling’ payoff: Urine diversion shows multiple environmental benefits when used at city scale appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  9. Lessons learned from quick pivots to online education

    How a U-M computer science lecturer reimagined his software design class in a COVID-safe format.

    The post Lessons learned from quick pivots to online education appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  10. Dentistry during COVID-19: Engineering analysis offers guidelines to reduce exposure

    Equipment previously used in auto emissions testing highlights risks.

    The post Dentistry during COVID-19: Engineering analysis offers guidelines to reduce exposure appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.