A BME lab populated with Chinese Graduate students has found a way to make a home away from home with this Pan Chang knot.
The Next Detroit Engineer
Eddie Bassette is a junior at Voyageur College Prep High School who never had access to the tools for the science and research his mind craved until a new program by CEE Professor Jerry Lynch and his team of researchers.
No Rest for the Courageous
J. Alex Halderman, CSE Professor, finds a new position for his body and mind to continue pushing forward as he completes crucial work that will help effect changes in election law.
Sensor in a Shoebox
A sensor small enough to fit in a shoebox is one step in helping the next generation of Detroit engineers build a smart city.
The Wild Wild (Virtual) West
Faculty members received an introduction to a new way to see their work through a demonstration and information session in the Duderstadt Center.
Downpour in Haiti
IOE Graduate Corinne Joachim-Sanon has to deal with a different sort of challenges in the business she runs in Haiti.
Digital Democracy, with a side of Caffeine
Heroes are human and humans need caffeine sometimes. J. Alex Halderman is a human, but battling for digital democracy in a new age.
The Last Stretch of Graduation
Graduation is a long day for engineers, just as their four years were. They attend a university-wide celebration at the Big House and then a College of Engineering commencement at Crisler.
I Scream for (Nitrogen) Ice Cream
Rather than a churn, liquid nitrogen was used by Materials Science students to learn about the properties of the materials needed.
Autonomous cars just went open source with Open AV, a platform allowing researchers to test their autonomous vehicle research in MCity, U-M's state of the art testing facility.