United Press International Monday, January 14, 2019

Light powers faster 3D printing

CHE professor Mark Burns details new 3D printing that’s faster and stronger than traditional methods.

Futurity Friday, December 7, 2018

Gecko-inspired nanofiber ‘carpet’ could lead to superpower coatings

Joerg Lahann, a CHE professor and the senior author of a study in the journal Science, says new research findings could lead to the development of sticky, repellent or insulating coatings.

Daily Mail Monday, November 26, 2018

Animal fur and gecko feet inspire new high-tech sticky and insulating surfaces

CHE professor Joerg Lahann discusses groundbreaking research that could lead to the development of new types of coatings.

Crain's Detroit Business Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Startup looks to clean up with compostable diapers

Ecovia co-founders Nina Lin and Jeremy Minty’s compostable diaper start-up is featured.

In the News Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Ann Arbor startup, Ecovia Renewables, aims to create compostable diapers

Details of the new compostable diaper start-up run by primarily U-M graduates and faculty are detailed by the

WDIV Thursday, August 2, 2018

University of Michigan’s $10M funding program aims to encourage big, daring ideas

The Blue Sky Initiative is part of the University of Michigan College of Engineering’s new internal research funding approach that’s based on a startup investment model.

Smithsonian Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Could a Pill Help Detect Breast Cancer?

University of Michigan researchers are developing a pill that when ingested causes tumors to glow under infrared light.

In the News Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Disease detecting pill being researched by University of Michigan professor

Greg Thurber, assistant BME and ChE professor, led the research. WEMU reports.

In the News Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Diagnosing breast cancer with a pill that makes tumors glow

Greg Thurber, assistant BME and ChE professor, led the research. New Atlas reports.

MLive.com Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Pill to detect breast cancer being developed at University of Michigan

Greg Thurber, BME and ChE assistant professor, led the research.