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Kira Barton

Associate Professor Kira Barton has been selected as the 2017 winner of the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division (DSCD) Young Investigator Award.

Development of the invasion front in a cultured tumor model

Researchers have developed a fluidic device to track over time which cancer cells lead the disease’s invasive march.

The sculpture is a 14,000 pound, 25-foot tall kinetic structure that took Philip Stewart, Pinwheel artist, two years to design.

A new 14,000 pound, 25-foot-tall kinetic sculpture, 3 Cubes in a Seven Axis Relationship, was installed on North Campus in front of the entrance of G. G. Brown Building on Hayward Avenue.

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Ibrahim displaying his device designed specifically to administer long-term contraceptive implants

Building Leaders

Who change the world

Ibrahim demonstrates a device designed specifically to administer long-term contraceptive implants to meet the needs of rural populations in low- and middle-income countries in Ethiopia.
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In the U-M ME's unique ultra-low vibration lab, engineers are able to measure how heat radiates from one surface to another in a vacuum at distances down to 2 nanometers.

Future Discovery

Built on an unshakeable foundation

In the U-M ME’s unique ultra-low vibration lab, engineers are able to measure how heat radiates from one surface to another in a vacuum at distances down to 2 nanometers.
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A simulation created by Prof. Arruda's lab of two helmets impacting

Hard Problems

Huge impact

A shock-absorbing football helmet system being developed by Professor Ellen Arruda could blunt some dangerous physics that today’s head protection ignores.
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