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An invisible mask? Wearable air curtain, treated to kill viruses, blocks 99.8% of aerosols
  1. An invisible mask? Wearable air curtain, treated to kill viruses, blocks 99.8% of aerosols

    Headworn tech from U-M startup could protect agricultural and industrial workers from airborne pathogens.

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  2. Costly gas separation may not be needed to recycle CO2  from air and industrial plants

    New study offers a pathway for fossil fuel-burning operations to capture emissions.

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  3. With AV Challenge, engineers can put their decision-making algorithms to the test

    U-M’s Mcity will provide the first-of-its-kind city-scale virtual proving ground for competitors from industry and academia.

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  4. Better wastewater treatment with biology

    NAE profile: Glen Daigger, civil and environmental engineering

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  5. Bridge in a box: Unlocking origami’s power to produce load-bearing structures

    Foldable origami with thick panels opens a world of possibilities.

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  6. Improving traffic signal timing with a handful of connected vehicles

    Communities could reduce costs and cut vehicle emissions—all in the name of shortening your trip.

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  7. Urine-to-fertilizer effort part of NSF Regional Innovation Engine 

    U-M involved in Great Lakes consortium to support sustainable economic growth

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  8. First remote testing at Mcity 2.0 conducted with Purdue and U-M researchers

    Engineers in Indiana tapped the full breadth of Mcity’s testing capabilities to identify problems and refine their algorithm.

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  9. Can you hear the music: Q&A with Ann Jeffers

    The CEE professor discusses her new memoir and her tortured path to where she is today.

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  10. Automated shuttle planned for Detroit starts safety testing at Mcity

    The University of Michigan, May Mobility and the City of Detroit look to boost public trust in self-driving vehicle technology.

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