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Nanoscale ferroelectric semiconductor could power AI and post-Moore’s Law computing on a phone
  1. Nanoscale ferroelectric semiconductor could power AI and post-Moore’s Law computing on a phone

    Next-gen computing material gets down to the right size for modern manufacturing.

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  2. Plasma thrusters used on satellites could be much more powerful

    It was believed that running more propellant through a Hall thruster would wreck its efficiency, but new experiments suggest they might power a crewed mission to Mars.

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  3. Cheap, sustainable hydrogen through solar power

    Withstanding high temperatures and the light of 160 suns, a new catalyst is ten times more efficient than previous sun-powered water-splitting devices of its kind.

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  4. Tracking radiation treatment in real time promises safer, more effective cancer therapy 

    The ability to accurately detect where X-rays land and in what dose could reduce the collateral damage from radiation therapy.

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  5. ‘I’m supposed to be here’

    A Ph.D. student shares his remarkable path from Cuba to chemical engineering at U-M.

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  6. New activity trackers for dolphin conservation

    Experiments with custom-made biologging devices offer new insight into dolphin swimming and energy requirements.

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  7. Duraisamy to lead Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering

    “I am looking forward to working with the incredible talent we have at U-M to expand the frontiers of computational science, and in more firmly establishing the role of computing in solving the grand challenge problems facing humanity.”

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  8. Equity in the energy technology transition is new Institute’s goal

    The Institute for Energy Solutions will continue U-M’s 75-year legacy of leadership in energy research.

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  9. Understanding a cerium quirk could help advance grid-scale energy storage

    It turns out cerium flow batteries lose voltage when electrolyte molecules siphon off energy to form different complexes around the metal.

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  10. Cyber vulnerability in networks used by spacecraft, aircraft and energy generation systems

    A new attack discovered by the University of Michigan and NASA exploits a trusted network technology to create unexpected and potentially catastrophic behavior

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