Tears of the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), a serious injury for athletes, may not just be the result of one instant of giving the joint more than it can handle, but rather the cumulative effect of less-severe, repeated stresses.
Mechanical Engineering associate professor Jianping Fu co-authors a commentary on the subject of synthetic embryos in Nature.
A team of UMEI faculty affiliates and colleagues at Penn State University received word that their recent proposal to the DOE Vehicle Technologies Office has been selected for negotiation for a financial award. The proposal, titled “Tailored Bioblendstocks with Low Environmental Impact to Optimize MCCI Engines,” is a comprehensive study to link the growth and development of feedstocks for advanced biofuels from algae, through production of biocrude, upgrading to optimized fuels and combustion in diesel engines. The acronym “MCCI” refers to mixing controlled compression ignition, which enc
Assistant Research Scientist Eleni Gourgou has received the National Institutes of Health (NIH) K01 Career Development Award, for her proposal titled “Deciphering aging-driven cognitive decline in C. elegans spatial memory and learning through an interdisciplinary approach”.
Callan Luetkemeyer receives 2018-2019 J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellowship
The J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellows Program was established by Dr. J. Robert (BSE M ’45, BSE P ’45, MSE Phys ’47, PhD ‘50) and Betty Beyster to acknowledge that Ph.D.
Michigan News—Human embryonic stem cells can be guided to become the precursor tissue of the central nervous system, research led by the University of Michigan has demonstrated.
The new study also reveals the important role of mechanical signals in the development of the human nervous system.