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      5. McNeil Lab: A more accurate sensor for lead paint
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      18. Biteen Lab: Starch Utilization System Assembles around Stationary Starch-Binding Proteins
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LSA Professor Emerita and Alumna Ilene Forsyth Gives $6.25 Million to History of Art Department

The gift will expand U-M’s global reach in art history studies through a new distinguished professorship and a visiting graduate student fellowship.

- Brittany Smith

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McNeil Lab: Recycling disposable diapers into sticky notes

Chemical recycling method repurposes superabsorbent polymers into pressure-sensitive adhesives

- Taylor Soucy, SciComm Fellow

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