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  • by Derek Smith
    By trapping and concentrating tiny numbers of cancer cells from blood samples, the device can identify whether a treatment is working at the four-week mark. The post Is lung cancer treatment working? This chip can tell from a blood draw appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.
  • by Kate McAlpine
    Computing with a combination of light and chargeless excitons could beat heat losses and more, but excitons need new modes of transport. The post Nextgen computing: Hard-to-move quasiparticles glide up pyramid edges appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.
  • by Nicole Casal Moore
    The University of Michigan's latest program to grow the microchip workforce aims to reach up to 600 participants a year. The post Michigan Engineering to launch semiconductor training program as part of statewide effort appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.
  • by Nicole Casal Moore
    The latest DoD funding announcements bolster Michigan Engineering's efforts to support revitalization of the U.S. semiconductor sector. The post U-Michigan a partner in two CHIPS Act Midwest microelectronics hubs appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.
  • by Derek Smith
    Cracks in predominant lithium-ion electrodes shorten battery lifespans, but a neuroscience-inspired technique shows that they have an upside. The post Cracking in lithium-ion batteries speeds up electric vehicle charging appeared first on Michigan Engineering News.