Violin Monster Returns
Zachary Storey, more well-known as Violin Monster, performs for the first time in almost three months on Main Street in Ann Arbor, MI on June 12, 2020. Storey is a popular performer on Main Street and had not performed since the state of Michigan announced a stay-at-home order almost three months ago in the wake […]
With this new material created by MSE researchers, we can now turn waste heat into electricity.
A graduate student uses the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove as a testing ground for his research group’s robot.
Harvest Your Own Research
A special harvest by a Nuclear Engineering PhD student could change how we farm.
Materials scientists are engineering the next generation of biological markers that will help doctors treat bacterial infections faster and better.
Robotic Bean Bag Game
Algorithms developed by researchers can now help robots discern and transfer objects successfully on their own.
Mechatronic Marble Sorting
ME 350 students learn the connection between the code and the mechanics of mechatronics.
Balance and Composure
A mechanical engineering group’s research is helping humans regain their balances and composures.
Out of the Shadow of the Cold War
A Nuclear Engineering professor is leading a consortium to bring us out of the shadow of the cold war with engineering.
A STEM program for incoming women freshmen is helping them dive deeper into their interest of computer science.
Home Grown Research
The sun sets on a farm in Taylorville, Illinois; the home and source of inspiration for a nuclear engineering graduate student’s research.
Kickstarting Women in CS
The next generation of women engineers get a kickstart in their interest in computer science.
Changes Are Comin’
The changes to North Campus keep coming with the Space Research Building receiving the latest facelift.
1,100 Backpacks on the Diag
Over a thousand backpacks are set on the Central Campus Diag to represent those who have committed suicide and show solidarity.
Overlooking the Reflecting
A beautiful fall day gives students, staff, and faculty a chance to reflect by the Lurie Reflecting Pool.
The Energy of the Grove
Even as the sun sets, the campus bustles with the energy and hustle of engineers.
The canvas of the campus around us pervades across a variety of disciplines in this class assignment.
The dawn of the new academic year gives students a new means of distraction with swings on the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove.
The Definition of an Engineer
A Michigan Engineer wears the title with pride by defining her prowess with a sticker on her laptop.