The SCISCCO system could better monitor brain and organ metabolism, helping to diagnose concussions, monitor cerebral metabolism in traumatic brain injury patients, and gauge the response of organs to treatments in an operating or emergency room scenario.
New non-invasive optical imaging approach for monitoring brain health could improve outcomes for traumatic brain injury patients
Equity in the energy technology transition is new Institute’s goal
The Institute for Energy Solutions will continue U-M’s 75-year legacy of leadership in energy research.
Q&A: Plastic to metal, steel to aluminum—the future of welding and lightweight vehicles
New techniques for welding very different materials could enable better cars.
“Transformer” pinwheels offer new twist on nano-engineered materials
Producing chirality, a property found throughout nature, through large-scale self-assembly could lead to applications in sensing, machine perception and more.
Miniature and durable spectrometer for wearable applications
A team led by P.C. Ku and Qing Qu has developed a miniature, paper-thin spectrometer measuring 0.16mm2 that can also withstand harsh environments.
Understanding a cerium quirk could help advance grid-scale energy storage
It turns out cerium flow batteries lose voltage when electrolyte molecules siphon off energy to form different complexes around the metal.