Bringing WIMS2 to the Valley
As Corporate Outreach Directors for the WIMS2 Center, entrepreneurs and U-M alums Sassan Teymouri and Shahin Hedayat are helping to introduce its wireless integrated microsensing and systems technology to Silicon Valley and strengthen the Center's ties to industry.
Biochip Research Benefits Infants
The video describes the development of a novel biochip under Michigan's new M Cubed research program. The device has the potential to quickly analyze the blood of infants thus saving time and resulting in better patient outcomes.
MEMS Packaging for Future Technologies
This webinar concentrates on three innovative research topics that may help
your company improve its MEMS packaging. Presented by Andrew Andy
Oliver Ph.D., Industrial Liaison and Principal Staff Scientist, Wireless
Integrated MicroSensing and Systems Research Center (WIMS2), University
of Michigan. Original Webinar Date June 13, 2012.