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A photograph of North Campus.

North Campus Aerial 1

Night becomes day even as the lights from the evening remain on, as the flurry of activity and energy begins with another day on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.|
A photograph of a researcher in lab.

Zetian Mi

Zetian Mi, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, runs a sample through the Scalable Quantum Engineering and Manufacturing (SQEM) technique in the EECS Building on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI on July 30, 2018. SQEM will enables researchers to develop new ways to control and use quantum particles such as excitons, polaritons, and dropletons.|
A photography of Mcity at sunrise.

Dawn of Mcity

The sun rises over Mcity, a state of the art test facility that is the breeding ground for the future of autonomous driving. It’s here that the world’s leading researchers are testing autonomous vehicle technologies, leading us towards a driverless future. |
An autonomous shuttle drives in front of the North Campus Research Complex

North Campus Shuttle

North Campus has a new resident with the Mcity Driverless Shuttle launched this summer. This research project will see how passengers interact with the shuttles in order to gauge consumer acceptance of the technology.|
Members of the Michigan Bioastronautics and Life Support Systems (BLiSS) team construct a Mars Habitat in the basement of the Space Research Building.

Habitat for Humanity

Members of the Michigan Bioastronautics and Life Support Systems (BLiSS) team construct a Mars Habitat in the basement of the Space Research Building. The project is part of NASA's eXploration System and Habitation (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge that seeks to bridge strategic knowledge gaps and increase knowledge in capabilities and technology risk reduction related to NASA's visions and missions with partnerships with various universities. |
A group of Michigan Rowing team members hang in hammocks in the Nichols Arboretum.

Summer Hangin’

The evening before the Michigan Rowing team heads off to its annual competition that it prepares all season for, they were found here in the Nichols Arboretum, enjoying the flow of a warm summer evening as it passed them by. |
Two individuals kayak on the Huron River.

Huron river

As the summer gives both time and space to exploration beyond campus, individuals and groups find themselves throughout Ann Arbor, enjoying its beauty and resources as these two do kayaking on the Huron River. |
Two graduate students play guitar on the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove.

Summer in A2

As the sun sets on North Campus, the soothing tones of two graduate students play through the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove.|
A researcher uses a transmission electron microscope to view nanoparticles.

Nanoscale

In order to battle cancer, engineers like Sumeyra Emre have to engineer at the nanoscale and use special microscopy in order to do so. |
The Michigan Human-Powered Submarine team test their submarine vehicle in the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory.

Human Powered-Submarine

The Michigan Human-Powered Submarine team races through the tow tank at the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory as they prepare for competition. |
A group of graduating seniors performing a step routine after the Spring 2018 Commencement at Crisler Center.

Graduation Up

Graduating seniors show their excitement and enthusiasm at the Spring 2018 Michigan Engineering Commencement. |
A professor embraces a contributing family member at the opening ceremony of the Adam Friedman Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory.

MEZ Mentorship

Julie Young, Director of the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory, embraces a member of the Friedman Family at the re-opening of the renovated and renamed Aaron Friedman Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory on Central Campus. |