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grad SWE, led by MSE students, receives global recognition

grad SWE, led by MSE students, receives global recognition

The U-M chapter, co-directed by Erin Evke and Kathleen Chou, was recently recognized for its long-standing commitment to empowering female engineers.

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U-M launches Michigan Materials Research Institute

U-M launches Michigan Materials Research Institute

Alan Taub, MMRI founding director and MSE professor, says center will unite disciplines, spur new collaborations with government and industry

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Immortal switches, quantum computers could stem from new semiconductor

Immortal switches, quantum computers could stem from new semiconductor

Material's polarity, conductivity change with temperature

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MSE alum Rita Baranwal new Assistant Secretary of Nuclear Energy

MSE alum Rita Baranwal new Assistant Secretary of Nuclear Energy

Baranwal (MSE '96, PHD '98) was recently confirmed by the U.S. Senate

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Cancer is smarter than you think: Q&A with Geeta Mehta

Cancer is smarter than you think: Q&A with Geeta Mehta

CoE senior writer Gabe Cherry recently sat down with Assistant Professor Geeta Mehta to talk about how decoding the sophisticated inner workings of cancer may help us fight it.

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Taub named SME Fellow

Taub named SME Fellow

The prestigious award honors those with 20+ years of outstanding contributions to the manufacturing profession.

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Two PhD students awarded NSF Fellowships

Two PhD students awarded NSF Fellowships

Kyle Bushick and Brian Macdonald recently received the prestigious grant for their significant research achievements.

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Mehta lab seeks to improve bioengineering models for precision medicine

Mehta lab seeks to improve bioengineering models for precision medicine

The cancer bioengineering group's goal is to enhance the relevance of in vitro tumor models, biological understanding, and accelerate treatment exploration ultimately leading to improved clinical outcomes.

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New discovery by Poudeu team could pave way to improved thermoelectric materials

New discovery by Poudeu team could pave way to improved thermoelectric materials

A recently published article explains their novel approach, which uses coherent magnetic nanoinclusions to enhance the thermoelectric figure of merit.

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Ice-proofing big structures with a “beautiful demonstration of mechanics”

Ice-proofing big structures with a “beautiful demonstration of mechanics”

Ice mitigation research (Tuteja lab) and fracture mechanics concepts (Thouless lab) come together to advance the ability to ice-proof large structures like cargo ships, airplanes, and power lines.

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Mehta receives major grant from American Cancer Society for ovarian cancer research

Mehta receives major grant from American Cancer Society for ovarian cancer research

The Mehta lab is part of 'very select group' to earn an award from the American Cancer Society.

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Three PhD students receive prestigious Rackham Fellowship

Three PhD students receive prestigious Rackham Fellowship

All three of MSE's nominees were selected to receive the highly competitive award.

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Bushick awarded DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship

Bushick awarded DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship

A first-year Ph.D. candidate, Kyle Bushick is working to design more efficient materials for LEDs or photovoltaics.

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Misra reappointed MSE Chair

Misra reappointed MSE Chair

Under Amit Misra's impactful leadership, MSE is "on the path from great to best."

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Bigelow elected Fellow of Microscopy Society of America

Bigelow elected Fellow of Microscopy Society of America

MSA says Professor Emeritus Wil Bigelow, with more than six decades of contributions and achievements, is "unequaled in the field."

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PhD students organized successful symposium at TMS Annual Meeting

PhD students organized successful symposium at TMS Annual Meeting

The symposium, held March 13 in San Antonio, explored the relationship between materials scientists and the science policy community.

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Three Faculty RECEIVE NSF CAREER AWARDS

Three Faculty RECEIVE NSF CAREER AWARDS

Assistant Professors Ashwin Shahani, John Heron and Liang Qi are all 2019 NSF CAREER Award recipients.

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MMS wins 2019 Elaine Harden Award

MMS wins 2019 Elaine Harden Award

The student organization is cited for its 'impressive' outreach and volunteer work.

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