In The News
Alex Halderman highlights the cybersecurity risks and fraud potential the U.S. would potentially open itself up with internet voting. Halderman is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Drew Gronewold tells the Chicago Tribune that extreme swings in Great Lakes water and ice levels will only occur more as a result of climate change. Gronewold is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.
Anish Tuteja’s research into a spray-on coating for solar panels is featured in Hour Detroit. Tuteja is a professor of materials science and engineering, professor of macromolecular science and engineering and a professor of chemical engineering.
The Daily Beast
Herek Clack tells the Daily Beast that mucus has different qualities to water—a fact some researchers early in the pandemic missed with their experiments on COVID-19 transmission. Clack is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.