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Bend it like Airbus

New $8.25M Airbus center at Michigan for high efficiency aircraft with flexible wings|Medium Read
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Building more stable four-legged robots

A biologist turned roboticist takes a closer look at dog gaits to help design better movements for four-legged robots.|Short Read
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Brian Denton and Lauren Steimle awarded third place in SPRINT Data Challenge

IOE Professor Brian Denton and doctoral student Lauren Steimle are part of the team that claimed third prize in the New England Journal of Medicine's SPRINT Data Challenge.|Short Read
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Most complex nanoparticle crystal ever made by design

Extraordinary nanoparticle crystals are possible by harnessing particle shape in addition to using DNA as smart glue.|Medium Read
Portrait of Lauren Steimle and Brian Denton. Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering. Steimle and Brian Denton. Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering.

Steimle and Denton enter New England Journal of Medicine’s Data Challenge

IOE PhD Candidate Lauren Steimle and Professor Brian Denton have submitted an entry to the New England Journal of Medicine’s SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge|Short Read
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U-M team’s power grid work earn kudos at national conference

Society for Risk Analysis recognizes Michigan researchers for work predicting storm damage.|Short Read
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A crystal ball for crystal formation

Studying the role of shape in self-assembly came up accidentally as Sharon Glotzer and her colleagues were studying the properties of semiconducting nanoparticles their U-M colleagues produced.|Medium Read
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CASL second phase underway

Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light water reactors (CASL) working to develop virtual reactor.|Medium Read
Model of power outages created by researchers at the University of Michigan, Ohio State University and Texas A&M University.

UPDATED: Hurricane Matthew could leave 9 million in the dark

According to the latest power outage forecasts hurricane Matthew could knock out power for 9.6 million people in the United States in a wide swath stretching from Miami to the Carolinas.|Short Read
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Engineering an advantage in debates

Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed an algorithm that can analyze and measure the amount that one candidate linguistically matches their opponent and have found that matching your opponent in a debate leads to higher polling numbers.|Short Read