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Nanoengineering integrates crystals that don’t usually get along
  1. Nanoengineering integrates crystals that don’t usually get along

    A team of computational and experimental engineers demonstrate a blueprint for building materials with new properties from nanocrystals .

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  2. Setting the nation’s engineering research agenda

    Michigan Engineers involved in NSF Engineering Research Visioning Alliance, a force multiplier for high-impact research.

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  3. Light-twisting ‘chiral’ nanotechnology could accelerate drug screening

    A new approach makes liquid-crystal-like beacons out of harmful amyloid proteins present in diseases such as Type II diabetes.

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  4. How to end discrimination in health research funding

    Network of U.S. biomedical engineering researchers calls to end funding disparities between Black and white scientists.

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  5. Glioblastoma nanomedicine crosses into brain in mice, eradicates recurring brain cancer

    ‘I’ve worked in this field for more than 10 years and have not seen anything like this.’

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  6. Chemistry and energy: Machine learning to understand catalyst interactions

    Toward harnessing machine learning to design the materials we want.

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  7. Mirror-like photovoltaics get more electricity out of heat

    By reflecting nearly all the light they can’t turn into electricity, they help pave the way for storing renewable energy as heat.

  8. Caution and connection in in-person classes during COVID-19

    Faculty members and students share their perspectives.

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  9. U-M spinout Asalyxa Bio developing inflammatory treatment platform, aiding COVID-19 patients

    The company’s technology delivers an anti-inflammatory agent directly to overreactive neutrophils, minimizing harm from “cytokine storms.”

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  10. Powering robots: biomorphic batteries could provide 72 times more energy than stand-alone cells

    The researchers compare them to fat deposits in living creatures.

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