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Twisted vibrations enable quality control for chiral drugs and supplements
  1. Twisted vibrations enable quality control for chiral drugs and supplements

    Terahertz light creates twisting vibrations in biomolecules such as proteins, confirming whether their compositions and structures are safe and effective.

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  2. How well do boosters work? Depends on your genes

    Computer modeling links a person’s genes to whether producing more antibodies will help them fight off the disease.

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  3. ‘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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  4. How worried should we be about the rise in hospital ransomware attacks? A Q&A with Kevin Fu

    “We’ve reached an inflection point where the degree of connectivity between devices and services in all sectors has exploded.”

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  5. Calculating the best shapes for things to come

    A new algorithm efficiently determines optimal shapes for structures.

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  6. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts January 10-14

    Highlights include the Associated Press.

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  7. New photonic effect could speed drug development

    Twisted semiconductor nanostructures convert red light into the twisted blue light in tiny volumes, which may help develop chiral drugs.

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  8. Batteryless next-generation cellular devices could empower a more sustainable future

    PhD student Trevor Odelberg is looking to enable long range, highly reliable, and low-power cellular IoT devices that one day can run entirely on harvested energy, reducing battery waste and empowering devices to last for decades.

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  9. Spray-on coating could make solar panels snow-resistant

    Cold-weather-friendly formula foils snow/ice accumulation in Alaska test.

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  10. Katie Bouman talks legacy of the black hole imaging project and favorite U-M memories

    Before Bouman became the face of the project that brought us the first ever image of a black hole, she was wowing ECE professors with design projects and hoarding Domino’s pizza with her HKN family.

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