A new class of materials that MSE Professor John Heron’s laboratory is engineering could change the way our devices utilize energy.
Home Lead Paint Test
A new test engineered by Macromolecular Science and Engineering Professor Ann McNeil’s laboratory will enable individuals to test for lead paint without expensive kits or hiring external parties.
A stretchable conductor inspired by origami could hold the future to how we build and design future technology.
Biodiesel Production Plant
Chemical Engineering undergraduate students are learning the process and means to innovate on the way we create fuels through an undergraduate lab.
Re-Building the Heart
BME researchers in Andrew Putnam's group can now transform scar tissue into new heart muscle cells.
The Mad Engineer
A collaboration between an engineer and motor-vehicle powerhouse is helping bring engine systems into the future.
Autonomous cars need to park, too. IOE Professor Romesh Saigal's research group is working to build a guidance system for autonomous parking.
A new augmented reality application designed by MSE Professor Joanna Millunchick can help researchers augment their science that is typically at a nanoscale to one they can interface with actively.
Feeling a Shockwave
A new software designed by AERO Professor Karthik Duraisamy is leading the emerging field of data-driven physics for flight.
FIRST to Build
With the help of an innovative space in Detroit, high school students are acquiring the knowledge and tools to compete in FIRST Robotics competitions and beyond.
How many Engineers does it take to change a Lightbulb?
Even maintenance of facilities need engineering to do so in effective and efficient ways.
An Unlikely Partnership
An alumnus and a Michigan Engineering undergraduate student come from two different worlds to solve a world problem.
A new student team tackles the challenge to become to build the fastest electric motorcycle.
The soundtrack of the University of Michigan football team roars along with the rest of the Big House Stadium.
A BME lab populated with Chinese Graduate students has found a way to make a home away from home with this Pan Chang knot.
Bubbling a Study Break
Students embrace their inner youth in this study break in between summer classes on the Central Campus Diag.
North Campus Turkey
A cult personality on North Campus makes a rare appearance looking for a morning meal.
Kickoff at the Grove
The Eda U. Gerstacker Grove opened up in the fall of 2016 with a kickoff challenge by Pandora and the Center for Entrepreneurship and a performance by a local celebrity.
A long stories tradition of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), a collaborative organization of nine historically African American Greek lettered fraternities and sororites happens on the Central Campus Diag at midnight each fall.
Balance of Engineering
Tristian Perez-Rivera, EE BSE Student, balances life and studies just like he balances himself on the pommel horse and the apparatuses of gymnastics with his involvement on U-M's Men's Gymnastics team.
The metronome days of warm and sun on central campus as students pass by the dial of Orion.