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Friedman-Kohler gift honors late father

In honor of her father, the late Aaron Friedman, Barbara Friedman-Kohler (BS Design '73), her husband, and two sons (both Michigan alumni) have generously provided a gift to support the Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department facilities.|Short Read
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Nanoshells: Potential catalysts and cradles of life

Virus-sized mineral shells could help drive chemical reactions, perhaps forming self-replicating systems.|Medium Read
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Robotics student awarded scholarships for defense and flight safety

Doctoral student Kevin Lieberman attracted support from the Department of Defense and the Air Traffic Control Association for his work on trust issues between humans and automation.|Short Read
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A new kind of on-demand transit system could come to U-M

A new transportation system could come to the University of Michigan's North Campus as soon as the summer of 2017, getting riders to their destinations in half the time of the existing bus system at a lower cost.|Short Read
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Vesevick fund honors his parents

Kyle J. Vesevick (BSE ChE '13) of Houston has established the Kyle J. Vesevick Endowed Scholarship Fund. The Fund will provide scholarship support to full-time COE undergraduates with financial need and demonstrated academic merit.|Short Read
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David A. Kay presents second annual Glenn Knoll Lecture

In late September, David A. Kay, senior fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, presented the second annual Glenn F. Knoll Lecture to a standing-room only audience. |Short Read
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Set in motion: How Munson’s leadership propelled Michigan

In-depth with Dave Munson, Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering|Long Read