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Najafi, Wise named Distinguished University Innovators

The pair is being honored for their role developing technologies in microelectromechanical systems and working to apply these innovations when making new products.|Short Read
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Curtis Ling: Making Things Happen

“Failure is an essential part of success. Be afraid of not learning enough, or not working with the best people. Don’t be afraid of failure, which is frequently success in disguise.”|Short Read
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Two electrical engineers set up a global charity

"Our mission is to find volunteer opportunities at the places that people want to travel to, opportunities that won't cost the traveler a lot of money."|Short Read
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EECS Spinoffs recognized as Key Innovators in Business Competition

Congratulations to these winning companies. Go Blue!|Short Read

Paving the way for ubiquitous computing

Until now, ubiquitous computing has been hampered by the size of necessary batteries—but Ambiq Micro is changing that, with their energy-efficient micro-controllers.|Short Read

Students give a couple of the best among 3,000 Elevator Pitches

Congratulations to Keith Porter and Patrick Theisen!|Medium Read
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Ambiq Micro: Taking a startup to the next level

“Imagine a microprocessor so tiny and long lasting that it can be implanted in the eye of a glaucoma sufferer to measure the progress of the disease."|Short Read
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Enertia and ABC take 1st and 2nd prizes in the clean energy prize business plan competition

The competition was established by DTE Energy and the University of Michigan to encourage entrepreneurship and the development of clean-energy technologies.|Medium Read
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EECS Alumni: Over 22,000 strong!

Congratulations to these wonderful alumni on their accomplishments - Go Blue!|Short Read
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University of Michigan Office of Technology to showcase inventions

Guo's computer chip imprinter is one of more than 300 inventions that researchers disclosed last year to U-M's Technology Transfer office.|Medium Read

Ted Norris and CUOS: Reaching new frontiers in ultrafast optical science

Comprised of electrical engineers, astrophysicists, physicists, materials scientists, biomedical engineers, and doctors, CUOS explore ultrafast laser applications. |Medium Read

Gérard A. Mourou: In pursuit of new directions in science

“The future of CUOS is bright,” said Mourou. “Nothing will stop the flow of discoveries.”|Medium Read