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Studying the effects of microgravity on cytoskeleton wins a top 5 spot for high school student in the Genes in Space Competition.

A total of 70 fellows were named for 2019.

Nine awards were given with grants ranging up to $80,000

Karl Grosh is the 2019 ASME winner of the Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics. 

An award honoring the development of innovative manufacturing technology that has a significant economic benefit.

ME Research Associate Professor awarded for work in lightweight materials.

An award for outstanding achievement in the mechanical engineering field.

U-M researchers have traveled to Detroit’s Comerica Park and the Tigers’ training facility in Lakeland, Fla., working with players and coaches to identify how sport science and data analytics can impact various facets of the game.