• Research aims to bring AI processing down from the cloud

    The first programmable memristor computer—not just a memristor array operated through an external computer—has been developed at the University of Michigan. It could lead to the processing of artificial intelligence directly on small, energy-constrained devices such as smartphones and sensors.

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  • Kirigami can spin terahertz rays

    With a light-spinning device inspired by the Japanese art of paper cutting, U‑M researchers scan the internal structure of plant and animal tissue without harmful X-rays. The team hopes their work will open new dimensions in medical imaging, encrypted communications and cosmology.

    Learn more about terahertz imaging

  • Future physicians

    Established in 2012, the Doctors of Tomorrow program is focused on diversifying the future of health care by exposing underrepresented minority students to careers in medicine, as well as providing them with foundational skills to pursue a career in health sciences.

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  • 150 Years at U Hospital

    What began as 20 beds in a converted house on campus after the Civil War has grown into a vast enterprise of care, with centers, clinics, institutes, laboratories, helicopters, a library and more.

    Read the retrospective of its many incarnations.

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