Early proximity to global auto hub leads to strong expertise and leadership that lasts to this day
The Five Year Plan to tame 300 acres of outlying wasteland north of the Huron River would take nearly 40 years to complete.
Early theoretical solutions led to practical applications that continue to power our digital world.
The Michigan program in automotive studies rose alongside and in cooperation with nearby Detroit automakers.
Research spawns companies that forge advancements in numerous fields.
Naturally evolving collaborations and adept leaders combine to forge early breakthroughs
A pivotal program catapults promising biomedical technologies from lab to marketplace.
Accidental discovery leads to bladeless version of popular permanent vision correction surgery.
Of the relatively few astronauts in the history of the world, more than our fair share have been Michigan Engineers.
Going broke in Detroit may have been the best thing that ever happened to DeVolson Wood – and Michigan Engineering.
A 23 year-old Michigan Engineering graduate student turned metallurgy upside down.