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How Recycling More Steel and Aluminum Could Slash Imports Without a Trade War

U-M Department of Mechanical Engineering Professor Daniel Cooper discuses ways that the U.S. could stop an international trade war while also saving the environment through the recycling of steel and aluminum. February 21, 2018. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #GovernmentandPolitics #Business #EarthandEnvironmentalSciences #Economics #Policy


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Immortal Switches, Quantum Computers Could Stem from New Semiconductor

Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Pierre Poudeu and graduate student team document the shifts in polarity as the temperature of the semiconductor, a mix of iron, tin, antimony and selenium, is altered. July 10, 2019. # #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #MaterialsScience #Energy #ElectricalEngineering #PierrePoudeu ​​​​​​​​​


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An EpiPen for Spinal Cord Injuries

Michigan Engineering Researchers have designed nanoparticles that intercept immune cells on their way to the spinal cord and redirect them away from the injury. July 9, 2019. #5-15minutes #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Science #HealthandWellness #BiomedicalEngineering #LonnieShea ​​​​​​​​ #DiscoveryoftheWeek ​


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New Grant Enables Research on Extremely Durable Concrete

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Victor Li leads a project to produce a more durable and energy efficient concrete that automatically heals cracks through natural processes and resists chemical degradation. June 20, 2019. # #web-article #Engineering #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #CivilEngineering #MaterialsScience #ClimateChange #CJPettus #VictorLi ​​​​​​​​​​


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Op-ed: Innovation Investments Would Extend Life of Roads

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Jerome Lynch's op-ed discusses incorporating technology, such as bendable concrete, and investing in new partnerships with other universities to improve Michigan's roads and other infrastructure. May 6, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Technology #CivilEngineering #Michigan #Innovation #Development #Infrastructure #JeromeLynch #NeerajBuch #StevenLavrenz ​​​​​​​​​​​​​


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New Chip Stops Hacks Before They Start

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professors Todd Austin and Baris Kasikci develop a new computer processor architecture, MORPHEUS, that can block security threats by constantly "churning" vulnerabilities, making them nearly impossible to target. April 29, 2019. #5-15minutes #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Technology #Science #ComputerScience ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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Killing Airborne Bacteria and Viruses in Pig Barns with Plasma Device

Michigan Engineering researchers test a prototype device designed to filter the air of a pig barn by using nonthermal plasma to inactivate airborne pathogens to prevent the spread of disease. March 21, 2019. # #Engineering #video #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #InfectiousDiseases #Science


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Speedy “Slingshot” Cell Movement Observed for the First Time

College of Engineering findings suggest it might one day be possible to direct healthy cells to advance tissue repair therapies, thanks to the efficiency of the "slingshot" movement. March 12, 2019. # #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #HealthandWellness #HealthandBehaviorEducation #Medicine #Cancer ​​


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Transportation Innovation

Electrical Engineering professors Henry Liu and Neda Masoud look to mobile sensors for gathering more efficient traffic data, which can be used to improve traffic flow and reduce emissions. They also discuss security improvements of smart vehicles. March 12, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #webarticle #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #scienceandtechnology #Transportation #Technology


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2018 Nobel Prize Laureate Gérard Mourou Talks High-Intensity Optics

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Emeritus and Nobel Prize winner Gérard Mourou returns to Michigan's campus to discuss his work in high-intensity optics. March 8, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #webarticle #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Science #ElectricalEngineering