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The art of cyber war with Isaac Porche

Dr. Porche shares the global state of cyber warfare, and how his time at Michigan led him to the front lines.|Long Read
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ECE Bicentennial + Beyond Lecture

This series of talks features world-renowned faculty with a long history at Michigan.|Short Read
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New Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab opens at Michigan Engineering Zone

Detroit-area middle school students will have access to STEM engagement opportunities|Medium Read
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Jordi Ribas: From video compression to leading AI products at Microsoft

His PhD from Michigan ECE allowed him to lead one of the largest tech companies' AI Products initiative.|Medium Read
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Wei Lu elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to Neuromorphic Systems

Prof. Lu is an internationally recognized leader in the development of memristors for memory and logic applications. |Medium Read

New biodegradable hydrogel offers eco-friendly alternative to synthetics

A water-absorbing hydrogel made from bacteria provides a safer soil solution.|Medium Read
M3 oil sensor

Seed-sized U-M computers pumped into oil wells featured at the Houston Museum of Natural Science

Millimeter-sized computers log the temperature and pressure from deep within oil wells.|Short Read

The beanbag test

It’s one thing for a robot to sort through a pile of rigid objects like blocks, but what about softer stuff?|Medium Read

The million foot view

Kamal Sarabandi has expanded radar capabilities in applications ranging from low earth orbit to thousands of feet underground.|Medium Read
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Deep UV LEDs lead to two best poster awards at ISSLED 2017

New techniques to construct deep UV LEDs prove prize-worthy.|Medium Read
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New funding for high-fidelity nerve mapping research

SPARC awarded $1M to a U-M project developing better nerve mapping.|Short Read

U-M, Cavium partner on Big Data research computing platform

The new partnership will provide scalable storage and an analytic software framework available to all U-M researchers. |Medium Read