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Metal rods that are part of the molecular epitaxy beam apparatus at Michigan Engineering. Photo by Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing

Nanoparticles could spur better LEDs, invisibility cloaks

More efficient household LEDs and invisibility cloaking are two possible applications for a new process that adds metallic nanoparticles to semiconductors. | Medium Read

ORACLE TEAM USA's AC45 catamaran uses hydrofoils to "fly" above the water.
Racing for Control

With glory – and danger – on the line, precision engineering rules the day.

The New York Times July 10, 2017
Michigan’s new Motor City: Ann Arbor as a driverless-car hub
Mcity has emerged as a one-of-a-kind, living laboratory for the driverless technologies that will pave the way.
In the News July 10, 2017
Here’s exactly how Russia can hack the 2018 elections
J. Alex Halderman, EECS professor, testified in June before the Senate Intelligence Committee about voting machine security. VICE news reports.
MLive.com July 10, 2017
U-M Solar Car Team unveils latest design for world competition
The University of Michigan Solar Car Team unveiled its latest vehicle at the Michigan Theater on Friday, July 7.
Forbes June 21, 2017
University of Michigan will get first autonomous shuttles in fall 2017
Beginning in fall 2017, students and staff at the University of Michigan will have a new way of getting around at least part of the sprawling campus, a pair of driverless shuttle vans.