ANN ARBOR, MI – General Motors Corp. and the University of Michigan this week announce the formation of a research organization aimed at developing new generations of ultra-efficient gasoline- and electric-powered vehicles. The new GM/U-M Institute of Automotive Research and Education will focus on research and development in advanced batteries, combustion engineering, smart materials and vehicle manufacturing. The collaboration is similar to the research partnerships auto makers in Europe ...
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