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U-M surgeons and engineers are enabling amputees to control prosthetics using their own biological motor signals. Could regaining a sense of touch be next?
“Nature’s pharmacy” at Matthaei Botanical Gardens showcases healing power of plants in elaborate garden organized by systems of the body.
Sleek 2015 model, “Aurum,” is named for “gold” in Latin. In October, the team will race 1,800 miles across the Outback.
Flooding in overpopulated megacities often is exacerbated by trash dumping. Frank Sedlar, MSE ’15, innovates in Indonesia.
Groundbreaking technology first used at U-M is documented in a promising study destined to save babies from a deadly condition.
Two-legged locomotion is the robotics industry’s next frontier. But how and why do we make machines that move like us?
If a plane is in trouble, a computer won’t panic. So, is it time for humans to leave the cockpit? Plus: An alum’s new film, Pilot Error, strikes a timely chord.
Breaking the millimeter barrier, U-M engineers have designed and are testing the world’s smallest computers. The future is now.
Former Michigan Daily editor releases film that strikes a timely chord.