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Internet-scanning U-M startup offers new approach to cybersecurity
  1. Internet-scanning U-M startup offers new approach to cybersecurity

    Censys is the first commercially available internet-wide scanning tool. It helps IT experts to secure large networks with a constantly changing array of devices.

  2. Meteor over Michigan: How dangerous are space hazards like bolides?

    Around 8 pm on Jan. 16, people across Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio witnessed a meteor exploding in Earth’s atmosphere.

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  3. Semiconductor breakthrough may be game-changer for organic solar cells

    Buildings, clothing could generate power.

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  4. New $32M center reimagines how computers are designed

    ‘You shouldn’t need a Ph.D. to design new computing systems.’

  5. Cybersecurity in self-driving cars: U-M releases threat identification tool

    Mcity report gives new insights into automated vehicle vulnerabilities

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  6. Unhackable computer under development with $3.6M DARPA grant

    The researchers say they’re making an unsolvable puzzle: ‘It’s like if you’re solving a Rubik’s Cube and every time you blink, I rearrange it.’

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  7. New quick-learning neural network powered by memristors

    U-M researchers created a reservoir computing system that reduces training time and improves capacity of similar neural networks.

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  8. Electricity, eel-style: Soft power cells could run tomorrow’s implantables

    Device generates over 100 volts from saltwater.

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  9. CLASP celebrates 2017 Nelson W. Spencer Lecture

    Professor Margaret Kivelson’s lecture titled, “Magnetic Structures in the Solar System” was followed by a conversation with daughter U-M Professor Valerie A. Kivelson.

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  10. Roads and bridges would last longer, save money with new concrete formula

    U-M researchers to offer non-proprietary concrete formula free of charge.

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