Wireless charging is already taking hold. But imagine charging your home appliances or even your car without a single wire. Rackham electrical engineering student Xin Zan is working to make that—and more—a reality.
Rackham mechanical engineering student Alejandro Azocar’s work blends artificial intelligence with high-torque motors to create the next generation of bionic prostheses.
Rackham English and education student Elizabeth Tacke explores the complex ways people communicate about disabilities and trauma.
Through a Rackham International Research Award, biogeochemistry Ph.D. candidate Rebecca Dzombak is looking for insight into the future of Earth’s climate in the ancient soils of Iceland, Scotland, and the Faroe Islands.
Rackham student Sebastian Ojeda leads a team of Michigan engineers in developing a water-treatment system for earthquake-ravaged Olmedo, Ecuador.