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T-ray converts light to sound for weapons detection, medical imaging

U-M researchers demonstrated a unique terahertz detector and imaging system that could bridge the terahertz gap.|Short Read
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Nanowires for greener LEDs

Shrinking semiconductors down to wires a few atoms across could lead to efficient, color-adjustable LED lights, according to work led by Manos Kioupakis of materials science and engineering.|Medium Read
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PsiKick startup attracts financing for its Internet of Things technology

The chips' extreme energy efficiency enables them to be powered without a battery from harvested energy sources like vibration, thermal gradients, and more.|Short Read
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Keravnos Energy wants to make fast electric vehicle charging economical

The idea behind Keravnos Energy is for there to be an energy transfer between three entities: the building, a large stationary battery, and the car.|Medium Read
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Transparent color solar cells fuse energy, beauty

The cells, believed to be the first semi-transparent, colored photovoltaics, have the potential to vastly broaden the use of the energy source.|Medium Read
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Jamie Phillips named Arthur F. Thurnau Professor

Students praise the personal attention he gives them, and his obvious concern for their personal and professional development.|Medium Read
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Byeongseop Song receives Rackham International Student Fellowship

The Fellowship will help Song to continue his studies in the area of optoelectronics.|Short Read
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Prof. Mingyan Liu elected Fellow of the IEEE

Prof. Liu's research interests are vast, and she is also active in the professional community.|Short Read
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Radiation camera could transform nuclear safety

A radiation camera developed at U-M may be poised to sweep the field of radiation protection, and its inventor believes it could help to make the areas around Fukushima Daiichi safe once more.|Medium Read
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ECE welcomes four new faculty for 2013-14 academic year

Welcome Profs Lee, Mathieu, Ozay, and Peterson! |Short Read
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Zhengya Zhang receives Intel Early Career Award

Zhang's research is in the area of low-power and high-performance VLSI circuits and systems.|Short Read
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Daniel Molzhan will address sustainability challenges as a Dow Fellow

Molzhan's primary concern is responding to society's need for constant and reliable electrical energy.|Short Read