Michigan Engineering

Lissa MacVean, a lecturer in civil and environmental engineering, teaches her graduate course outside. Photo by Joseph Xu

Caution and connection in in-person classes during COVID-19

Faculty members and students share their perspectives.|Medium Read
Myofibroblasts can be seen accumulating in the 3d lung connective tissue model even in soft conditions mimicking a healthy lung. Image is stained for cytoskeleton (blue), cell nuclei (yellow), and a marker for myofibroblast activation (alpha-smooth muscle actin, red). Credit: Baker Lab.

New treatments for deadly lung disease could be revealed by 3D modeling

Traditional 2D research may rule out better treatment options. |Medium Read
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Former Chief Naval Architect of US Navy wins 2020 Alumni Medal

Distinguished Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering alumnus, Robin White, is honored by the Michigan Engineering Alumni Board.|Short Read
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Equity advocate wins 2020 Outstanding Recent Alumni Award

Distinguished Department of Aerospace Engineering alumna is honored by the Michigan Engineering Alumni Board.|Short Read
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Student mentor and coach wins 2020 Distinguished Alumni Service Award

Corey Brooker, distinguished Department of Aerospace Engineering alumnus, is honored by the Michigan Engineering Alumni Board.|Short Read
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The pandemic has revealed the cracks in US manufacturing: Here’s how to fix them

The global pandemic has interrupted supply chains for almost 75% of US companies.|Short Read

School bus safety during the COVID-19 pandemic: 8 recommendations

In The Conversation, Capecelatro offers suggestions like keeping windows open, shorter trips and below half-capacity seating on public buses.|Short Read
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More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

U-Michigan researchers play lead roles in national effort funded by NSF, NASA.|Medium Read
North campus’ Grove and Duderstadt during fall 2018. Photo: Evan Dougherty

What have we learned in 2020—and what can we do better?

"Our values will continue to be put to the test this fall. But I’m cautiously optimistic the global community will rise to the challenge. I have no doubt that Michigan Engineering will."|Medium Read
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Three ways to do hands-on, remote learning

Classes pioneer home lab kits, virtual lab presence, or taking advantage of the distance with a collaborative data project.|Medium Read
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$1.8M DARPA project aims to protect cars, trucks and spacecraft from hackers

Ironpatch could head off growing danger of security vulnerabilities in vehicle systems.|Medium Read
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Advanced mobility is about more than technology. Our workforce should reflect that.

A new online course for professionals aims to shape a more holistic view of mobility.|Short Read