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A photograph of a student wearing a probe that detects concussions through light.

Concussion Detecting Laser

U-M researchers are able to now detect lasers on site and rapidly using a laser-based test. This could lead to a fast and noninvasive way for doctors to monitor the health of brain cells. |
A student walks through a snow storm on North Campus.

Snow Snow Go Away

A winter storm hits North Campus as students trek to and from class. With an abnormally snow has come and gone in a quick succession.|
A photo of a graduate student installing a sensor in the Amazon rainforest.

Amazon Agee

In order to save the Amazon, engineers are working to understand it through the medium of water. |
A photo of a graduate student working in lab.

Siloxane

Mechanical Engineering researchers are studying how siloxane affects the combustion of biogas in order to prevent any negative effects on engine performance. |
A photo of a laser beam being shot at a Google Home assistant device.

Voice through light

Light can now hack sound as EECS researchers Kevin Fu and Daniel Genkin recently discovered, putting voice assistants like Siri and Alexa and their users at risk. |
student using an electron microscope to examine a piece of nacre, an extremely resilient biomaterial.

NACRE

Nacre is an extremely resilient biomaterial that has baffled scientists and engineers decades. New visual evidence captured by University of Michigan researchers reveals the mechanisms that give nacre its toughness, and helps give these scientists and engineers a basis for designing new materials.|
A photo of a student running in the snow while wearing short pants.

Shorts in the Winter

Winter meets autumn when a snowstorm hits Ann Arbor and its surrounding areas a little earlier than students, faculty, and staff are used to, causing this student to run between buildings while wearing shorts. |
A photo of a belt made out of duct tape.

Duct Tape Belt

What do you do when you forget your belt at home? You engineer one out of duct tape as this member of the U-M Solar Car has. |
A head-on view of a small, Cessna plane in a hanger, as female undergraduate student propping her self above the windshield by standing on the left wing strut, performing a pre-flight inspection.

Michigan Flyer

A computer science student preps a Cessna to fly over Ann Arbor as a member of the Michigan Flyers, a non-profit flying club with roots back to the 1920s.|
A photo of the new Michigan Robotics Building.

Robotics Building

The new 140,00 square-foot Michigan Robotics Building is soon to be open in early 2020.|
A group portrait of Michigan Engineering graduate students.

Solar Panels Dusk

After an evening shower, the skies clear and the sun comes out one last time as it sets on solar panels outside of the BME Building on North Campus of the University of Michigan.|
The next generation of Michigan Engineering graduate students gathered for a group portrait inside of Hill Auditorium to start off the new semester and the next few years of their lives together.

Grad Student Orientation

The next generation of Michigan Engineering graduate students gathered for a group portrait inside of Hill Auditorium to start off the new semester and the next few years of their lives together. |