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EE Times June 18, 2019
Analog AI Accelerator Startup Raises $30m
AI accelerator chip start-up Mythic, founded in 2012 at U-M by EECS alumnus Mike Henry and Dave Fick, has raised $30 million in a B1 funding round.
Business Insider June 18, 2019
Trump says he’s had ‘one very brief meeting’ about UFOs but remains skeptical
Aerospace Professor Iain Boyd's op-ed explaining new UFO reporting protocols by the Navy are cited by Business Insider.
The New York Times June 17, 2019
Overflowing Great Lakes pose new threat for endangered bird
An op-ed co-authored by CLaSP professor Richard Rood is cited in a recent New York Times report on the impact of climate change.
Wired June 15, 2019
Google Stadia has kicked off a new age of gaming data harvesting
John L Tishman Professor of Engineering John Laird tells Wired computer games are a valuable tool for analyzing human behavior and decision-making skills.
Mic June 13, 2019
Privacy policies are too complicated to understand, new analysis confirms
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Florian Schaub explains how many privacy policies are unfair to consumers.
June 10, 2019
Organic Solar Cells Achieve the Highest Efficiency Rate
GineersNow profiles EECS-ECE Prof. Stephen Forrest's research improving the efficiency and longevity of organic solar cells.
In the News June 10, 2019
Here are 9 ways to build better roads in Michigan
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Victor Li's 'bendable concrete' is featured in Bridge.
FOX June 7, 2019
NASA’s Parker solar probe may solve 500-year-old Sun mystery
CLaSP Professor Justin Kasper explains how the Parker Solar Probe will test a theory for why the sun's outer atmosphere is hotter than its surface.
International Business Times June 5, 2019
Sun’s super-heating mystery: scientists pin hopes on Parker Solar Probe
CLaSP professor Justin Kasper explains a theory for why the sun's outer atmosphere is hotter than its surface.
Newsweek June 5, 2019
One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the Sun may soon be solved
CLaSP associate professor Justin Kasper explains how Parker Solar Probe can help prove a theory for why the Sun's outer atmosphere is warmer than its surface.
June 4, 2019
Microscopic ‘smart dust’ sensors are set to revolutionise a range of sectors
The New Economy interviews Prof. David Blaauw about millimetre-scale devices that could reinvent the Internet of Things and lead to breakthroughs in a variety of applications, including biomedical implants.
June 4, 2019
Blue Clover Devices Brings Silicon Valley Innovation to Germany
Pete Staples (B.S. EE), the founder and President of Blue Clover Devices, gives first public demonstration of the Production Line Tool (PLT), a cloud native test automation device at the Automotive Testing Expo.