New technology invented at U-M brings colorful design element to solar panels.
Automakers at the 2010 North American International Auto Show have big hopes for their new vehicles—hipper, more fuel-efficient, environmentally sound cars.
A $148 million high-tech manufacturing research institute in metro Detroit is expected to bring 10,000 jobs to the region within the next five years.
Residents of rural Kenya now have e-mail accounts and Internet access thanks in part to the work of U-M engineering students.
More than 100 high school students from across the city are building robots in the University of Michigan Detroit Center, thanks to the Michigan Engineering Zone.
After years of effort, false starts, and faulty decisions, the U.S. auto industry is remaking itself. U-M, with its historic ties to the carmakers, continues to push Detroit’s technology and policy forward.