In hospitals and labs, researchers find ways to clean and reuse masks
Michigan Engineers are working with medical professionals to find ways to clean and reuse N95s during supply shortages.
One way to potentially track COVID-19? Sewage surveillance
Collaborative research led by Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Krista Wigginton is featured in Wired.
UM, Stanford study early warning system for coronavirus through sewage
Collaborative research between University of Michigan Engineering and Stanford hopes to detect COVID-19 in wastewater before it spreads across a community.
Human urine can safely be used as fertilizer, U-M researchers find
CEE associate professor Krista Wigginton’s research is featured in MLive.
Yes wee can: study gives green light to use urine as crop fertiliser
CEE associate professor Krista Wigginton’s research is featured in The Guardian.
Why machine learning is critical for disaster response
IOE and CEE professor Seth Guikema’s op-ed on the benefits of machine learning is detailed in Scientific American.
Trump says cutting regulations is good for business. But his new battle on car emission standards could hurt the auto industry
CEE professor Peter Adriaens says the Trump administrations efforts to cut auto industry regulation could diverge the US and global market.
‘Moneyball’ approach to closing the $2 trillion infrastructure finance gap
In a Hill op-ed, CEE professor Peter Adriaens explains how data can inform smarter infrastructure choices in the future.
Here are 9 ways to build better roads in Michigan
Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Victor Li’s ‘bendable concrete’ is featured in Bridge.
This new device kills 99.9 percent of the viruses floating around in the air
CEE professor Herek Clack’s nonthermal plasma research could one day replace the surgical mask.