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Crain's Detroit Business February 15, 2019

May Mobility secures $22 million investment amid expansion

Science February 15, 2019

Physicists create a quantum refrigerator that cools with an absence of light

New LED cooling research led by Mechanical Engineering professors Pramod Reddy and Edgar Meyhofer is detailed in Science.
New Electronics February 14, 2019

Teach driverless vehicles to predict pedestrian movement

New Electronics reports on how new Michigan Engineering research can help self-driving cars evaluate pedestrian movements and predict the unexpected.
Economic Times February 14, 2019

Self-driving cars get smarter: They can recognize and predict pedestrian movements

ME assistant professor Ram Vasudevan explains how new research will help self-driving cars predict pedestrian movement.
Popular Science February 13, 2019

How self-driving cars can predict the way pedestrians move

NAME associate professor Matthew Johnson-Roberson explains how artificial intelligence can help self-driving cars to make decisions when pedestrians act cluelessly.
WDIV February 13, 2019

U-M researchers are teaching driverless cars to detect pedestrian movement

New driverless vehicle tech will help cars detect pedestrian movement that often spurs in-the-moment decisions for vehicles.
Green Car Congress February 12, 2019

UMTRI team investigating “instantaneous crowdsourcing” to speed adoption of autonomous vehicles

Green Car Congress delves into new driverless vehicle tech that would help cars make decisions during uncertain times.
Futurity February 10, 2019

Can ‘air traffic control’ make self-driving cars cheap and safe?

EECS-CSE assistant professor Walter Lasecki explains how new research can help driverless vehicles make decisions during times of uncertainty. February 10, 2019

Self-driving cars could deploy sooner using ‘air traffic control’ technique, U-M researchers say

EECS-CSE assistant professor Walter Lasecki explains how new research will allow driverless vehicles to make decisions during times of uncertainty.
The Washington Post February 8, 2019

Making sense of the polar vortex and record cold on a feverish planet

CLaSP professor Richard Rood provides expert insight on the record-breaking polar vortex for the Washington Post.
National Public Radio February 8, 2019

The first driverless spin

EECS-CSE Associate Professor Matthew Johnson-Roberson discusses on-going driverless vehicle research and testing going on around the country.
National Public Radio February 8, 2019

Stateside: MI’s energy infrastructure; mother of modern office design; pushback on Title IX changes

Prof. Johanna Mathieu talks to NPR about what we learned about Michigan's energy infrastructure during the Polar Vortex, and what we could do to avert a similar situation in the future.