• Bulletproof Batteries

    A new technology developed at U-M is creating safer, thinner lithium rechargeable batteries. It features a barrier between the electrodes made with nanofibers from Kevlar, the tough material in bulletproof vests. The research team hopes to take this innovation from the lab into the market by 2016.

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  • Bringing Death Dogs To Life

    The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at U-M features “Death Dogs: The Jackal Gods of Ancient Egypt” through May 3. Using museum artifacts, this exhibit identifies the most important Egyptian jackal gods and examines their roles in Egyptian religion and understandings of death and the afterlife.

    Learn about the exhibit

  • Emerging Market Economic Development

    Business students from the Ross Global Practicum “Understanding Industry Growth in Chile” traveled to Chile over spring break. They met with business leaders, visited companies and conducted fieldwork in Santiago.

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  • Shedding Light on China's Past

    U-M graduate student Joseph Ho has collected 1,500 photographs and three hours of film shot by American missionaries in China from the 1920s to the early 1950s — one of the country's most tumultuous periods.

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