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The Wall Street Journal June 18, 2018
Can ultrasonic noise make you sick?
Kevin Fu, associate EECS professor, and his team showed how ultrasonic signals can combine to produce audible and potentially dangerous tones similar to the ones that the diplomats described.
Time June 13, 2018
Net Neutrality is officially dead. Here’s how the changes could affect you, according to experts
Florian Schaub, assistant EECS professor, is quoted.
Scientific American June 11, 2018
Could connected cars pose a new threat to smart cities?
Z Morley Mao, EECS professor, co-wrote the article with EECS PhD candidate Qi Alfred Chen.
CBC May 29, 2018
Mysterious brain injuries at embassies may be linked to common ultrasonic devices
Kevin Fu, associate EECS professor, and his team were able to recreate the ear-shredding screech reported by embassy workers.