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Michigan Daily December 12, 2017

Michigan Engineering Zone and Qualcomm Inc. institute Thinkabit Lab for Detroit students

Michigan Engineering and Qualcomm Inc. have partnered to form the Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab, an interactive workshop for high school students to learn about STEM careers and experience a hands-on learning experience.
In the News December 5, 2017

Electric rockets power bigger share

The development of the thruster was led by Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering and AERO professor Alec D. Gallimore. Aerospace America reports.
Business Insider December 4, 2017

Rapid collapse of Antarctic glaciers could wipe out every coastal city in the world by the end of this century

Jeremy Bassis, CLaSP associate professor, is quoted.
US News & World Report December 4, 2017

Detroit student lab aims to inspire careers in STEM fields

Michigan Engineering and chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. announced Thursday they opened a Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab in Detroit.
Crain's Detroit Business November 30, 2017

Qualcomm opens Thinkabit Lab in UM Detroit Center

The new Thinkabit Lab is a collaboration between Qualcomm Inc., and Michigan Engineering.
Politico November 28, 2017

Too late to upgrade election defenses?

J. Alex Halderman, EECS professor, is quoted.
WXYZ November 27, 2017

Local experts weigh in on net neutrality as FCC considers new regulations

Harsha Madhyastha, EECS associate professor, is quoted.
Forbes November 27, 2017

Kevlar joints: Nano-scale version of bulletproof material could replace cartilage

Nicholas Kotov, CHE and MSE professor, led the study.
Politico November 27, 2017

The time to hack-proof the 2018 election is expiring — and Congress is way behind

J. Alex Halderman, EECS professor, is quoted.
Engadget November 21, 2017

Kevlar cartilage could help you recover from joint injuries

Nicholas Kotov, ChE and MSE professor, led the study.
In the News November 20, 2017

How India can get autonomous cars—despite crazy drivers, jaywalkers, and cows

Alec D. Gallimore, Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, is quoted. Quartz India reports.
Medgadget November 17, 2017

High-strength artificial cartilage made from Kevlar

Nicholas Kotov, ChE and MSE professor, was involved in the study.