A Q&A with longtime U-M and Michigan Engineering donors on what motivates them.
Michigan Engineer 2022
Why the McNeils give: Family legacy and a shared commitment to diversity
Nanobiotics: model predicts how nanoparticles interact with proteins
Nano-engineered drugs that stop harmful bacteria and viruses could be on the horizon.
Expert take: Engineering for the success of humanity
Three Michigan Engineering faculty help to elevate communities and systems through a people-first approach to teaching.
Rocket research takes off
Alum Jong-Shinn Wu coined the nickname “Uncle Rocket” for his work on rocket technology and his new position as Director General of Taiwan’s National Space Organization (NSPO).
Ideas without borders
Michigan Engineering alum Robert LeMoyne releases a new book about his life-changing injuries in efforts to help others who have suffered traumatic injuries.
Video: Self-monitoring device for diseases
Aaron Morris, Michigan Engineering’s new Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, shares about his work with innovative disks that can be implanted to enable real-time self-monitoring for a range of illnesses.