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  1. Hydrogen fuel cells: With a database of 500,000 materials, researchers zero in on best bets

    New hydrogen storage holds more energy in smaller, more compact cells, boosting efficiency.

    The post Hydrogen fuel cells: With a database of 500,000 materials, researchers zero in on best bets appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  2. U-M startup raises $6 million in venture funding

    Movellus is a U-M startup founded by alumni Dr. Mo Faisal (now CEO) and Dr. Jeff Fredenburg (now VP of Engineering).

  3. Crackling and wheezing are more than just a sign of sickness

    Re-thinking what stethoscopes tell us.

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  4. U-M’s Automotive Research Center funded with $50M through 2024

    With a focus on autonomy, ARC’s research will reduce the number of soldiers in harm’s way, changing the military paradigm.

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  5. The race to zero carbon emissions

    When the only number that matters is zero, this climate summit asked participants to leave their preconceptions about acceptable solutions at the door.

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  6. All things can be part of the Internet of Things with new RFID system

    Sensing technology could keep seniors safe.

  7. A step toward recovering reproduction in girls who survive childhood cancer

    New approach can boost ovarian follicle survival in mice by up to 75 percent.

    The post A step toward recovering reproduction in girls who survive childhood cancer appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  8. Communicating with the world’s smallest computers

    Researchers built the first millimeter-scale transmitter and antenna that can talk Bluetooth Low Energy with ease.

  9. Biopsy alternative: “Wearable” device captures cancer cells from blood

    New device caught more than three times as many cancer cells as conventional blood draw samples.

    The post Biopsy alternative: “Wearable” device captures cancer cells from blood appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  10. The Future is Carbon Neutral

    Prof. Stephen Forrest is co-chair of U-M’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality as part of U-M’s commitment to combat climate change and craft a sustainable future for all.