In the News

R&D Magazine April 4, 2019

Graphene oxide technology provides alternative to biopsy

Sunitha Nagrath, associate professor of CHE, explains the significance of new device.
April 3, 2019

Movellus Raises $6M in Venture Funding, Led by Stata Venture Partners

Movellus is a U-M startup founded by EECS-ECE alum Dr. Mo Faisal (now CEO) and EECS-ECE Prof. David Wentzloff.
Economic Times April 2, 2019

New wearable device that collects live cancer cells from blood may help avoid biopsy

Researchers, including associate professor of CHE Sunitha Nagrath, have created a device that collects cancer cells in blood.
April 2, 2019

Why point-to-point rocket travel will take longer than you think

AERO professor Ella Atkins explains the hurdles of commercial space travel.
The New York Times April 1, 2019

Something on Mars is producing gas usually made by living things on Earth

CLaSP professor Sushil Atreya explains the significance of methane's presence on Mars.
Detroit Free Press April 1, 2019

Black engineers convention to help push more minority students into jobs

Alec Gallimore, the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Professor, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and a professor both of aerospace engineering and of applied physics is quoted in the Detroit Free Press.
In the News March 28, 2019

Wei Shyy presents prize at Leader of the Year Ceremony organized by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited

Wei Shyy, Former UM Aerospace Department Chair, presents at 25th annual Leader of the Year Award Presentation Ceremony organized by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited.
IEEE Spectrum March 27, 2019

Teeny-Tiny Bluetooth Transmitter Runs on Less Than 1 Milliwatt

Bluetooth low-energy data packets can now be sent by millimeter-size IoT motes
The Hill March 25, 2019

Voting tech creates growing concern for local officials

EECS-CSE graduate student instructor Matt Bernhard explains the risks of not addressing voting security concerns.
March 14, 2019

An electronically tunable metasurface that rotates polarization highlights EECS-ECE Prof. Anthony Grbic's research in developing a transparent, electronically tunable metasurface as part of a $7.5M MURI project. Also featured is ECE PhD student, Zhanni Wu, who is a member of Grbic's team.
United Press International March 13, 2019

Speedy cells documented performing ‘slingshot’ maneuver for first time

BME professor Brendan Baker's documentation of human cells' "slingshot" maneuver is detailed by United Press International.
EE Times March 12, 2019

AI needs memory to get cozier with compute

EECS-ECE professor Wei Lu's company, Crossbar, is featured in EE Times.