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// Materials Science & Engineering

Eagle-eyed algorithm outdoes human experts

Artificial intelligence is now so smart that silicon brains frequently outthink humans. When artificial intelligence pairs up with machine vision, computers can accomplish seemingly incredible…

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// College of Engineering

California-bound Badgerloop team aims for top prize

Safely packed away in the trailer of an 18-wheeler, a sleek and futuristic teardrop-shaped vehicle with a distinctive cardinal-red-and-black carbon-fiber shell is making its way…

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// Materials Science & Engineering

Jason Kawasaki wins American Vacuum Society young investigator award

In recognition of his outstanding theoretical and experimental work, the thin film division of the American Vacuum Society honored Materials Science and Engineering Assistant Professor…

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