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MLive.com May 29, 2020

Michigan launches web portal allowing employees, employers to track coronavirus symptoms

MI Symptoms web app built by University of Michigan is detailed in MLive.
The Hill May 28, 2020

An affordable zero-emissions grid needs new nuclear

In an op-ed, Todd Allen, the Glenn F and Gladys H Knoll Department Chair of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, explains nuclear energy's role in the 21st century.
The Hill May 28, 2020

An affordable zero-emissions grid needs new nuclear

Cheap electricity from nuclear energy can provide flexibility that complements wind and solar power, making it easier to afford a zero-emissions grid.
Forbes May 27, 2020

The feasibility of cyber-risk management to ensure social good

Forbes India profiles the research of EECS-ECE Assistant Research Scientist Ranjan Pal, who's estimating the risk of catastrophic cyber-attacks - and the financial impact on businesses and their cyber-insurance.
May 27, 2020

When is the likelihood of a cyber blackout?

Kings College London profiles the research of EECS-ECE Assistant Research Scientist Ranjan Pal, who's estimating the risk of catastrophic cyber-attacks - and the financial impact on businesses and their cyber-insurance.
May 27, 2020

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Vik Verma

EECS-ECE Council member Vik Verma (MSE EE ’89) is profiled by MoneyInc.
Business Insider May 20, 2020

You probably won’t catch the coronavirus from swimming. It’s the crowds on the beach that matter.

CEE Associate Professor Krista Wigginton explains that risk factors for outdoor activities are mostly dependent on crowd size and density.
Politico May 15, 2020

Fauci and Birx’s public withdrawal worries health experts

As Trump clamps down on coronavirus communications, voices of experts give way to those of politicians.
May 14, 2020

Everactive Machine Health Monitoring May Address COVID-19 Supply Chain Concerns

SupplyChain Management profiles the work of Everactive, a U-M startup co-founded by EECS-ECE Prof. David Wentzloff, and their Machine Health Monitoring (MHM) solution, designed to deliver real-time, maintenance-free insights into the health of rotating equipment.
In the News May 8, 2020

Engineering talent shortage a ‘critical bottleneck’ for eVTOL industry, says VFS

Carlos Cesnik, the Clarence L (Kelly) Johnson Collegiate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, is quoted in eVTOL.com.
In the News May 7, 2020

Engineering talent shortage a ‘critical bottleneck’ for eVTOL industry, says VFS

The emergent U.S. eVTOL industry is facing a shortage of engineering talent that is poised to become worse in coming years, according to the Vertical Flight Society (VFS). Aerospace Engineering Professor Carlos Cesnik weighs in on the issue in this story from eVTOL.com.
May 7, 2020

Going Nuclear on Climate Change? Foreign Affairs Asks the Experts

We at Foreign Affairs have recently published a number of pieces regarding climate change. To complement these articles, we decided to ask a broad pool of experts for their take.