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Cheap, sustainable hydrogen through solar powerWithstanding high temperatures and the light of 160 suns, a new catalyst is ten times more efficient than previous sun-powered water-splitting devices of its kind.
A brain game may predict your risk of infectionWhen a person’s cognitive function is highly variable, they’re likely to be more infectious and have more symptoms after exposure to a respiratory virus.
Alum Paul Debevec’s Emmy for creating movie magicDebevec’s groundbreaking imaging work revolutionized the film and television industry, helping create the special effects seen in Spider-Man 2, Avatar, The Hobbit, Blade Runner 2049, Gravity, The Mandalorian, and many more.
Nanoscale ferroelectric semiconductor could power AI and post-Moore’s Law computing on a phoneNext-gen computing material gets down to the right size for modern manufacturing.
Five EECS faculty receive Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence AwardThese faculty each contributed toward a successful center that developed specialized hardware “building blocks” for a range of applications.
Jeff Fessler receives Stephen S. Attwood AwardProf. Fessler has made lasting contributions to the field of medical imaging, which has led to safer imaging techniques for countless individuals.
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