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UM-Dearborn's Intelligent Ground Systems team pushed forward with the fastest time and best finish yet at the 22nd Annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition.
Hayatt Ali spent his summer working to bring the state's first health park to Clark Park on Detroit's southwest side.
Area high school students recently visited campus to discuss what's next in driver assistance technology and participate in a hands-on workshop on traffic jam assist systems.
The International Summer Program in Management provided an eye-opening experience for 30 students who recently returned from five weeks in Padua, Italy.
College of Engineering and Computer Science student Erickson Madjer Da Costa Mendes took a break from Brazilian politics to earn his degree.
Physics and astronomy lecturer Carrie Swift believes there are real lessons to learn from the night's sky, if people take the time to look.
Environmental studies student Ryan Keeling taps into his knowledge of Georgaphic Information Systems to study Fair Lane Lake's bathymetry.
Students' research project looks into the amount of cocaine residue found on dollar bills.