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New Evidence of Water on Europa
New Evidence of Water on Europa
Xianzhe Jia, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering associate professor at the University of Michigan, has discovered new evidence of plumes on one of Jupiter’s moons, Europa. Using old data with ...
Lightwave Valleytronics: Using Electron Momentum in 2-D Semiconductors
Lightwave Valleytronics: Using Electron Momentum in 2-D Semiconductors
Researchers in Germany and at the University of Michigan have demonstrated how infrared laser pulses can shift electrons between two different momenta, or valley states, in a thin sheet of semiconduct...
Pill for Better Diagnosis of Breast Cancer | Michigan Engineering
Pill for Better Diagnosis of Breast Cancer | Michigan Engineering
Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed a diagnostic imaging pill enabling the early and more accurate diagnosis of cancerous tumors in breast tissue. The pill contains a targetin...
Parker Solar Probe | Faraday Cup Final Testing
Parker Solar Probe | Faraday Cup Final Testing
Justin Kasper, University of Michigan associate professor of climate and space sciences and engineering, prepares a model of the Faraday cup for testing prior to this summer’s Parker Solar Probe launc...
A Social Community Close To Her Heart
A Social Community Close To Her Heart
Joi-Lynn Mondisa is an Assistant Professor in Industrial & Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan and is studying how the M-STEM program and other pipeline programs help college students...
2018 Osborn Lecture | Thomas Sutton
2018 Osborn Lecture | Thomas Sutton
Richard K. Osborn Lecture "Application of Techniques from Population Genetics and Computational Ecology to the Analysis of Monte Carlo Iterated-Fission-Source Calculations" Thomas Sutton is the Seni...
PriBot - AI Powered Chat Bot that Navigates Privacy Policies
PriBot - AI Powered Chat Bot that Navigates Privacy Policies
A team of researchers at U-W Madison along with Kang G. Shin, the Kevin and Nancy O’Connor Professor of Computer Science at the University of Michigan are working to build and progressively update an ...
Chinese Falling Space Station  |  U-M Experts Weigh In
Chinese Falling Space Station | U-M Experts Weigh In
University of Michigan experts comment on the China's first space station, Tiangong-1, that is in an uncontrolled de-orbit. The station is expected to either burn up completely in Earth's atmosphere ...
Omniphobic Coating Tests
Omniphobic Coating Tests
Anish Tuteja, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Associate Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, and his research group have created a omniphobic coating that ...
Engineering 405: A Course in Problem Solving
Engineering 405: A Course in Problem Solving
ENG 405 is a course at the University of Michigan College of Engineering that seeks to help students hone and enhance their problem solving, critical thinking, creative thinking and troubleshooting sk...