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  1. Tumor-destroying soundwaves receive FDA approval for liver treatment in humans

    Technique developed at the University of Michigan provides a non-invasive alternative to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer.

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  2. U-Michigan a partner in two CHIPS Act Midwest microelectronics hubs

    The latest DoD funding announcements bolster Michigan Engineering’s efforts to support revitalization of the U.S. semiconductor sector.

  3. Experts across the aviation industry discussed routes to a sustainable future at U-M symposium

    The Michigan Initiative for Sustainable Aviation assembled reps from aircraft and engine manufacturers, the airline industry, airport operations, sustainable aviation startups and more.

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  4. Research describing quantum-inspired computational imaging earns impact award

    This Q&A with award co-recipient Alfred Hero offers a glimpse into the emerging field of single photon imaging.

  5. Toyota Research Institute and Michigan Engineering discuss importance of long-standing partnership

    As the auto industry expands beyond transportation, university collaborations are more important than ever.

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  6. Senate testimony: AI risks to the financial sector

    U-M professor of computer science and engineering identifies new concerns that recent AI advances pose for financial markets.

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  7. Educating engineers as whole people

    Researching education leads the way to a diverse, impactful community of professionals.

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  8. A launchpad for engineers

    An alum who blazed a trail inspires others to do the same.

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  9. Wireless and battery-free sensors for sustainable smart cities

    The sensors will provide real-time data for smart decision-making by allowing the natural environment and the built environment to communicate seamlessly.

  10. New global partnership aims to advance renewable energy generation with net-zero hydrogen production technologies

    The Global Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT) Center seeks to create a viable pathway to decarbonize energy-intensive industries such as ammonia, steel, cement, aluminum, transportation, and more.