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UMTRI Research Scientist Paul Green says the key to solving distracted drivers is likely having a better understanding of how people drive and how much of a mental workload aspects of driving are.
Allison Steiner’s research, which developed a predictive climate model, projected that by the turn of the century, pollen season could be nearly three weeks longer, and have 200% increase in intensity. Steiner is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
Lola Eniola-Adefeso’s advocacy for equitable funding for Black scientists is featured in Nature. Eniola-Adefeso is a University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor, Associate Dean for Graduate and Professional Education, professor of chemical engineering, professor of biomedical engineering and professor of macromolecular science and engineering.
Sunitha Nagrath’s research looking into noninvasively diagnosing melanoma is featured in CBS Detroit. Nagrath is a professor of chemical engineering.
Richard Rood explains the differences between climate and weather, and how our climate has changed in recent decades. Rood is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
Jesse Capecelatro discusses his research looking at airflow on urban busses. Capecelatro is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering and assistant professor of aerospace engineering.