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Electrical and Computer Engineering

New laser could treat acne with telecom technology

The laser could treat acne by targeting the oil-producing sebaceous glands, which are known to be involved in the development of the skin disease.|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Breakthrough: Researchers find wide gap in immune responses of people who did or didnt get the flu after exposure

If scientists can understand what happens at the genome level that makes people more or less susceptible to viral illness, they could potentially develop therapies to prevent illness.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

New techniques in medical informatics lead to improved diagnosis of MDS

The technique involves a visualization method that renders clinical flow cytometry data more interpretable to pathologists.|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Gyemin Lee receives Best Paper Award for research in machine learning for biomedical diagnosis

Lee's primary motivation is to apply his research methods to hematopathology, the study of blood-related diseases.|Short Read
euisik yoon

A minimally-invasive brain implant to translate thoughts into movement

The implant is called the BioBolt, and unlike other neural interface technologies that establish a connection from the brain to an external device such as a computer, it's minimally invasive and low power.|Short Read
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MEMStim takes first prize in the Michigan Business Challenge

MEMStim is committed to improving the standard of patient care in neurostimulation. Congratulations, Angelique!|Short Read
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Toward computers that fit on a pen tip: New technologies usher in the millimeter-scale computing era

U-M faculty have developed what is believed to be the first complete millimeter-scale computing system, with applications in radio communication and wireless sensing.|Medium Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ken Wise – Leading a Revolution in MEMS

Wise is recognized as one of the world's foremost experts in sensor technology as well as a MEMS pioneer and entrepreneur.|Short Read
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Eric Dattoli named National Academies Research Associate

The aim of Dattoli's research is to improve and broaden the understanding of nanowire gas sensing behavior. |Short Read
Scott Hanson

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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Millimeter-scale, energy-harvesting sensor system developed

The system could enable new biomedical implants as well as home-, building- and bridge-monitoring devices. |Short Read
Mini generator

Mini generators make energy from random ambient vibrations

The energy-harvesting devices are highly efficient at providing renewable electrical power from arbitrary, non-periodic vibrations.|Medium Read