June 25, 2021
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In The News
Richard Rood tells MLive that the state and nation’s infrastructure isn’t ready for climate change. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
The New York Times
David Blaauw’s lab deployed the Michigan Micro Mote, the world’s smallest computer, to help zoologists better understand how P. hyalina snails survived the rosy wolf snail in Tahiti. Blaauw is the Kensall D. Wise Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Chris Ruf explains how researchers are using the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System to find where plastics enter the ocean. Ruf is the Frederick Bartman Collegiate Professor of Climate and Space Science.
Prepping for the revolution
Transportation is going electric
University of Michigan engineers are working to make our electrified future more equitable and avoid the mistakes of the past.
From mask decontamination and wastewater testing to airflow modeling and creating a safer campus, Michigan Engineers are helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Michigan Engineering helped lead space discovery beyond the telescope and into its defining era. See how Michigan Engineers are continuing to protect our most precious planet while traveling across the solar system and beyond
Clean water is a human right. See how Michigan Engineers are working to make an impact on our infrastructure to improve safety.