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New advanced neuromorphic computing could reduce the energy of machine learning by 1000 times

New advanced neuromorphic computing could reduce the energy of machine learning by 1000 times

An interview with Assistant Professor Yiyang Li, MSE's newest faculty member

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$2M NSF grant gives personalized medicines project shot in the arm

$2M NSF grant gives personalized medicines project shot in the arm

A cross-disciplinary U-M research team, led by MSE Professor Max Shtein, seeks to make telemedicine better and dramatically less expensive than current in-person medicine.

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MSE scientists discover new class of semiconducting entropy-stabilized materials

MSE scientists discover new class of semiconducting entropy-stabilized materials

The Kioupakis and Poudeu groups collaborated on a recently published paper on the theoretical prediction and experimental discovery of a new class of materials.

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Hovden Lab: Real-time, nanoscale view of what makes nacre so tough

Shtein Lab: Kirigami shoulder sensor could aid athletic injury recovery

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