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A photograph of children in wheelchairs playing an augmented reality game.

iGYM

Disciplinaries intersect to create iGYM, an augmented reality game system for participants of various abilities. |
A photograph of dancers performing physics principles.

MEZ WORLD

The annual FIRST Robotics World Championship is occuring in Detroit, MI this year with two of the Michigan Engineering Zone’s (MEZ) teams -- Cass Tech and Reinassance -- competing. The MEZ is a space and resource by Michigan Engineering for Detroit high schools that enables them to compete in these competitions and pursue STEM pathways. |
A photograph of dancers performing physics principles.

Karman Vortex Street

Engineering meets dance and performance in this physics-constrained improvisation performance orchestrated in part by a Mechanical Engineering Professor. |
A photo of NSBE members celebrating.

NSBE45

The U-M NSBE Chapter won its fourth Amazing Race award in four years, becoming chapter of the year for Region IV of NSBE once again.|
A photograph of a 3D printed block M.

3D Printing Block M

We are now able to print 100 times faster than the speed of conventional printers thanks to a new method developed by Michigan Engineers.|
A photograph of a person dressed up as Chewbacca on North Campus.

North Campus Chewie

Chewie makes his return to North Campus to help direct students, staff, and faculty to the daringXchange and bring a little joy to campus. |
A photograph high school students working on their FIRST robotics competition robot.

MEZ

The young women of the Detroit International Academy for Young Women called the Michigan Engineering Zone (MEZ) their home during the robotics season every year. The MEZ in Detroit, MI provides Detroit area high schools with the resources and space to compete in the annual FIRST Robotics competition.|
A photograph of a piece of bendable concrete undergoing a tensile test in the lab.

CO2 Sequestration

CEE researchers are using CO2 to construct a new form of bendable concrete that could change the way our infrastructure works. |
Student working in the lab with UV light

UV Crack Detection

NAME researchers are developing new ways to detect and analyze real world degradation of materials using UV light. |
A photograph of Michigan Engineering students punching bags during a UM Boxing Club practice.

Boxing

The University of Michigan is not only home to the leaders and best but the toughest and strongest with engineers achieving national championship status in the UM Boxing Club. |
A photograph of a person walking through the snow on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI

Polar Vortex

Snow and cold roared through the midwest, causing life and education to be delayed for a couple of days at the University of Michigan. |
A photograph of a man dancing to Michael Jackson songs.

Michael Jackson Man

An Ann Arbor staple returns in the new year. |