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Graphene-hBN breakthrough to spur new LEDs, quantum computing
  1. Graphene-hBN breakthrough to spur new LEDs, quantum computing

    Study uncovers first method for producing high-quality, wafer-scale, single-layer hexagonal boron nitride

  2. Immune to hacks: Inoculating deep neural networks to thwart attacks

    The adaptive immune system serves as a template for defending neural nets from confusion-sowing attacks

  3. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts March 7-11

    Highlights include Slate and Physics World

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  4. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 28 – March 4

    Highlights include Axios and The Wall Street Journal.

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  5. ECE alum Mihir Sheth receives Young Innovator Award from Innovate UK for making a medical device that weans patients off ventilators quicker

    Sheth is the co-founder of Inspiritus Health and has developed a simple to use, non-invasive medical device that keeps patients’ muscles engaged when they are on a ventilator to prevent muscle atrophy.

  6. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 21-25

    Highlights include the Washington Post and the Daily Beast,

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  7. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts February 14-18

    Highlights include ABC News and Engadget.

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  8. Open-source patient model tops industry standard

    Tested without needing hospitals to share data, the method for developing the model could speed further improvements in medical prediction tools.

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  9. ‘Exciton surfing’ could enable next-gen energy, computing and communications tech

    A charge-neutral information carrier could cut energy waste from computing, now that it can potentially be transported within chips.

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  10. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts January 31 – February 4

    Highlights include Scientific American and the New York Times.

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