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New laser could treat acne with telecom technology

The laser could treat acne by targeting the oil-producing sebaceous glands, which are known to be involved in the development of the skin disease.|Short Read
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Breakthrough: Researchers find wide gap in immune responses of people who did or didnt get the flu after exposure

If scientists can understand what happens at the genome level that makes people more or less susceptible to viral illness, they could potentially develop therapies to prevent illness.|Medium Read
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New techniques in medical informatics lead to improved diagnosis of MDS

The technique involves a visualization method that renders clinical flow cytometry data more interpretable to pathologists.|Short Read
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Making smart dust a reality

This research is expected to have a fundamental and long term impact on a diverse set of applications ranging from energy conservation to health care.|Short Read
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Gyemin Lee receives Best Paper Award for research in machine learning for biomedical diagnosis

Lee's primary motivation is to apply his research methods to hematopathology, the study of blood-related diseases.|Short Read
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Nonlinear Optics at 50: A Symposium

As the birthplace of nonlinear optics, the University of Michigan is proud to host a symposium which will bring together some of the pioneers in the field.|Short Read
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Xueyang Duan receives first prize for research in soil moisture sensing

Duan's research has important applications in global climate change studies and weather forecasting. |Medium Read
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Geotechnical Engineering Graduate Students Receive Scholarships

Geotechnical Engineering graduate students, Adam Lobbestael and Clinton Carlson, recently ranked first and second place respectively in the United States Society on Dams Scholarship Competition. |Short Read
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Russell Willmot awarded IEEE Fellowship

Congratulations, Russell!|Short Read
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Using imprint processing to mass-produce tiny antennas could improve wireless electronics

The antenna is typically the largest wireless component in mobile devices, and shrinking it could leave more room for other gadgets and features.|Medium Read
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Prof. Semyon Meerkov and colleagues author book on Quasilinear Control

"This is a textbook and reference for readers interested in quasilinear control, a set of methods for performance analysis and design of linear plant or nonlinear instrumentation systems." |Short Read
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Student teams earn prizes in EECS 425: Integrated Microsystems Laboratory

In this course, students designed and fabricated a complete integrated microsystem using equipment in the Lurie Nanofabrication Facility.|Medium Read