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Designing Synthetic Human Gut Microbiome with AI
  1. Designing Synthetic Human Gut Microbiome with AI

    Prof. Al Hero was interviewed and gave a presentation about his research using machine learning to improve our understanding of the human gut

  2. Ester Bentley receives Impact award for her research with the goal of GPS-free navigation

    Bentley presented her research as an NDSEG Fellow. She is working to make smaller, more affordable high accuracy navigation-grade gyroscopes.

  3. Community-builder Leon Pryor takes Detroit’s FIRST Robotics program to new heights

    Having excelled in careers at Microsoft, Amazon, and now Meta, the alum and renowned video game engineer co-founded The Motor City Alliance to make Detroit a powerhouse for FIRST Robotics teams

  4. MRover crowned champions of the University Rover Challenge

    From autonomously navigating rocky terrain to testing soil for signs of life, the Michigan Mars Rover team bested their competition and took first place at the international competition.

  5. Toward manufacturing semitransparent solar cells the size of windows

    A peel-off patterning technique could enable more fragile organic semiconductors to be manufactured into semitransparent solar panels at scale.

  6. Task Force report on grid stability concepts receives IEEE PES Prize Paper Award

    The rapid growth of renewable energy led to an international task force to study its impact on the stability of worldwide power systems.

  7. Solar-powered chemistry uses carbon dioxide and water to make feedstock for fuels, chemicals

    Producing synthesis gas, a precursor of a variety of fuels and chemicals, no longer requires natural gas, coal or biomass.

  8. Machine learning begins to understand the human gut

    The new computer model accurately predicts the behavior of millions of microbial communities from hundreds of experiments, an advance toward precision medicine.

  9. 2022 IEEE APS R. W. P. King Award recognizes new theory in computational electromagnetics

    Patel and Michielssen developed the Wigner-Smith time delay matrix for electromagnetics.

  10. Emulating impossible “unipolar” laser pulses paves the way for processing quantum information

    Quantum materials emit light as though it were only a positive pulse, rather than a positive-negative oscillation.