Quantum technology promises to address global challenges including cybersecurity and energy, and it could supercharge AI.
Materials Science and Engineering
$55M quantum institute launches at U-M to accelerate research, education
$130M Electric Vehicle Center launches at U-Michigan
A former auto industry executive has been named director of the state-funded center.
High number of NSF CAREER awards, with more still under review
Sustainable fuels, democratized programming tools, and Internet censorship countermeasures are a few of the projects’ broad potential impacts.
For the first time, controlling the degree of twist in nanostructure particles
Being able to decide not only whether a micron-scale particle twists but also how much could open new avenues for machine vision and more.
A “game changer” for clothing recycling?
Photonic fibers borrow from butterfly wings to enable invisible, indelible sorting labels.
Elizabeth Holm named Next Materials Science and Engineering Chair
U-M alum will return to Materials Science and Engineering January 1