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  1. A quicker eye for robotics to help in cluttered environments

    New algorithm can help robots go from structured environments like factories to complex, unstructured places like our homes.

  2. Building a language of touch: Nadine Sarter Q&A

    How do we improve the communication and coordination between humans and machines?

    The post Building a language of touch: Nadine Sarter Q&A appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  3. Why is the Pentagon interested in UFOs?

    During a military mission, whether in peace or in war, the inability to identify an object within an area of operation represents a significant problem.

    The post Why is the Pentagon interested in UFOs? appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  4. In water system engineering, local is the new global

    Engineering students must learn how ‘decentralized’ systems offer flexible, cost-effective solutions that empower communities.

    The post In water system engineering, local is the new global appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  5. CAREER Award for deeper insights into interconnected data: from neurons to web searches

    Danai Koutra earned the award for her proposal to innovate the way we use networks to understand the world and speed up our technology.

  6. Blood biopsy: New technique enables detailed genetic analysis of cancer cells

    Capturing cancer cells from blood samples offers a non-invasive way to observe whether the cancer is disappearing or whether it is becoming resistant to the treatment.

  7. An outstanding adviser

    Lut Raskin honored for mentorship

    The post An outstanding adviser appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  8. Predicting the next stock market ‘flash crash’

    IOE professor Romesh Saigal discusses ways to anticipate market fluctuations.

    The post Predicting the next stock market ‘flash crash’ appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  9. U-M receives $6.25M to study heat-to-electricity conversion and cooling with LEDs

    Michigan Engineering is leading four other universities in Department of Defense-funded research.

    The post U-M receives $6.25M to study heat-to-electricity conversion and cooling with LEDs appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.

  10. Student awarded NSF Fellowship for automating speech-based disease classification

    Perez’s research focuses on analyzing speech patterns of patients with Huntington Disease.