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Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences

Purifying water with plasma

Michigan Engineering professor John Foster is working on a method to purify water with the fourth state of matter - plasma.|Short Read
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Top robotic helicopter team sets sights on impossible mission

The International Aerial Robotics competition requires teams to build a flying bot that can self-navigate.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Hasso Niemann (1933-2013): From Michigan to probing deep space

"He touched so many people scientifically and personally."|Medium Read
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Bharan Giridhar awarded Intel PhD Fellowship

Bharan's research focusses on developing circuit techniques for adaptive and reliable high-performance computing.|Short Read
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When GPS fails, this speck of an electronic device could step in

The research group developed special fabrication processes that allows them to stack and bond seven different devices in layers. |Medium Read
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Neural Probe Research recognized with Best Paper Award at 2013 Transducers Conference

"We present a novel strategy to scale up the number of electrodes with minimized risk."|Medium Read
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Research in production systems engineering is recognized with Best Paper Award

"The paper introduces a new management paradigm: ensure the desired lead time while maximizing the throughput."|Short Read
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MEMS research recognized with Best Poster Award at 2013 Transducers Conference

This research is targeted at developing a precision master clock for a chip-scale Timing and Inertial Measurement Unit.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Daniel Molzhan will address sustainability challenges as a Dow Fellow

Molzhan's primary concern is responding to society's need for constant and reliable electrical energy.|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

New laser shows what substances are made of; could be new eyes for military

By shining the laser on a target and analyzing the reflected light, researchers can tell the chemical composition of the target.|Short Read
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Chris Berry receives Paper Award at IMS 2013 for Research in Terahertz Technology

Berry's paper addresses important limitations such as low output power and poor power efficiency.|Short Read
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Device aims to stop the ringing in your ears

Have you ever heard a mysterious "ringing" in your ears? This disorder, called Tinnitus, affects an estimated 50 million Americans – and requires around $2.26 billion annually in treatment costs.|Short Read