April 2022
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Morphable Aerial Drones: Building Simulators and Hardware
University of Michigan researcher Vasileios Tzoumas is using his aerospace engineering and science expertise to mentor students from the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program to develop the next generation of drone technology. The goal is to meet societal needs by developing morphable drones that are efficient during takeoff, maneuvering and landing, resilient against the elements of nature, and agile in cluttered and dynamic environments.  

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Repurposing generic drugs can reduce time and cost to develop new treatments – but low profitability remains a barrier

As a U-M researcher focused on drug discovery and development,  has seen the potential of repurposing and the challenges it faces. While finding new uses for drugs that have already been tested for safety and approved by the FDA can substantially reduce the time and cost of development, financial and logistical barriers can make it difficult to get to market.

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