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US News & World Report August 14, 2020
Michigan plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehicles
A connected corridor aims to improve accessibility to southeast Michigan.
Detroit News August 14, 2020
Detroit-to-Ann Arbor self-driving vehicle corridor aims for national leadership
University of Michigan, the state and industry partners' connected corridor initiative is highlighted in Detroit News.
WDIV August 13, 2020
Ann Arbor-based Voxel51 launches industry’s first open-source experimentation tool
Ann Arbor-based artificial intelligence software company Voxel51 announced the launch of an open-source tool, called FiftyOne, that helps data scientists and machine learning engineers tackle the laborious process of image data management. The company was co-founded by Prof. Jason Corso and alumnus Dr. Brian Moore.
EdTech August 12, 2020
Clean sweep: how sanitization drones can improve campus safety
Aerospace Professor Ella Atkins tells EdTech University of Michigan is using UAVs to sanitize surfaces on campus.
In the News August 10, 2020
Clean Sweep: How Sanitization Drones Can Improve Campus Safety
On a post-pandemic campus, could drones hold the key to sanitation? Aerospace Engineering Professor Ella Atkins envisions a school using UAVs to clean learning spaces.
MLive.com August 7, 2020
Can a building truly be COVID-proof? A look at the latest virus-busting technology.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jesse Capecelatro provides some best practices to staying safe in the COVID era.
Interesting Engineering August 3, 2020
These origami-inspired microbots can execute complicated tasks
CEE Assistant Professor Evgueni Filipov's microbot research is featured in Interesting Engineering.
In the News August 3, 2020
Origami principles can unlock the potential of tiny robots
CEE Associate Professor Evgueni Filipov's microbot research is featured in Slash Gear.
Forbes August 3, 2020
How to clean your N95 mask or face covering with COVID-19
Michigan Engineering research on mask decontamination is featured in Forbes.
Cosmos Magazine July 31, 2020
Learning more about how spacecraft land
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jesse Capecelatro's research using computer simulations to model thrust-based landings is featured in Cosmos Magazine.
In the News July 27, 2020
Exploring the solar system with the X3 engine
Alec Gallimore, the Robert J Vlasic Dean of Engineering, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, and Richard F and Eleanor A Towner Professor of Engineering and Professor of Aerospace Engineering, is featured on Newstalk's podcast.
New Atlas July 17, 2020
Robotic prosthetic leg uses stronger motors for better performance
Research led by Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Robert Gregg is featured in New Atlas.