Articles about University of Michigan

This Indian entrepreneur got world's first patent for 'digital vaccine'

11 Jul 2022

Business
This Indian entrepreneur got world's first patent for 'digital vaccine'

Bhargav Sri Prakash, an Indian biomedical tech entrepreneur, was recently awarded the world's first patent for a "digital vaccine"—a platform that addresses real-world health issues via the metaverse—by the US Patent and Trademark Office.

#CareerBytes: Top online courses that techies are pursuing on Coursera

15 Jan 2020

Career
#CareerBytes: Top online courses that techies are pursuing on Coursera

E-learning has been on the rise in recent years, and online courses have become hugely popular, especially in the tech field.

How Alexa, Google Assistant can be hacked using lasers/flashlight

09 Nov 2019

Technology
How Alexa, Google Assistant can be hacked using lasers/flashlight

Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple's Siri have long drawn flak, primarily due to concerns around how they store/use our intimate user conversations.

'Heaven is real,' says woman who died for 27 minutes

28 Jun 2019

World
'Heaven is real,' says woman who died for 27 minutes

The debate on whether life after death is a reality has no end to it. People who are alive have no way to establish that heaven/hell truly exists (faith doesn't really count), and the ones who are dead, well... we can't talk to them (again, Ouija boards don't really count).

Tweeting in Hindi gaining popularity in India, shows study

20 Sep 2018

World
Tweeting in Hindi gaining popularity in India, shows study

Tweeting in Hindi is gaining popularity in India, according to a study conducted by researchers, including an Indian, in the US.

Pakistan's new President is connected to Jawaharlal Nehru. Read how!

05 Sep 2018

World
Pakistan's new President is connected to Jawaharlal Nehru. Read how!

Pakistan's newly-elected President Dr. Arif Alvi shares an interesting connection with India as his father was a dentist to India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, according to the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party.

#CareerBytes: Top 5 websites to learn the basics of finance

06 Aug 2018

India
#CareerBytes: Top 5 websites to learn the basics of finance

Whether you want to be able to manage your finances better, mean to complement your college studies, or are just passionately curious to learn finance, learning the basics of finance becomes instrumental to further advancement.

Indian-priest's work on galaxies changes astronomy as we know it

30 Jul 2018

Technology
Indian-priest's work on galaxies changes astronomy as we know it

For most, science vs faith is a choice. For Indian-origin Richard D'Souza, science was simply a way to get closer to the divine.

Michigan University develops world's smallest computer, smaller than rice grain

23 Jun 2018

Technology
Michigan University develops world's smallest computer, smaller than rice grain

Engineers at the University of Michigan have developed the smallest computer in the world. It's 0.3 mm x 0.3 mm in size and can stand on the tip of a rice grain.

6 technologies you must know for a job in IT-sector

01 Jun 2018

India
6 technologies you must know for a job in IT-sector

As a software engineer, if you are beginning your career, or thinking of a change, web technology is the space to be in.

Indian-American Deepa Ambekar appointed interim Civil Court judge in NYC

04 May 2018

World
Indian-American Deepa Ambekar appointed interim Civil Court judge in NYC

Indian-American Deepa Ambekar has been appointed as the interim judge to the Civil Court of New York City, becoming the second Indian-American woman judge in the city after Chennai-born Raja Rajeswari.

2017 International Champions Cup to kick-off from 22 July

22 Mar 2017

Sports
2017 International Champions Cup to kick-off from 22 July

The 2017 International Champions Cup will begin from 18 July at Guangzhou. Four matches will be played in China from 18-24 July.

US universities allay Indian students' fears following Trump ban

04 Feb 2017

World
US universities allay Indian students' fears following Trump ban

A number of American universities are reaching out to prospective Indian students to inform them that they are welcome to their campuses, irrespective of the Trump administration's statements.