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New method to produce green hydrogen offers promising path to carbon neutrality
  1. New method to produce green hydrogen offers promising path to carbon neutrality

    With next gen solar cell technology, Prof. Zetian Mi leads a DoE project to develop high efficiency, low cost, and ultrastable production of green hydrogen fuels directly from sunlight and water.

  2. Inside the Quantum Research Institute

    Mack Kira, co-director of the Quantum Research Institute with Steven Cundiff, is ready to take Michigan’s quantum activities to the next level.

  3. Making the structure of ‘fire ice’ with nanoparticles

    The structure harnesses a strange physical phenomenon and could enable engineers to manipulate light in new ways.

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  4. $55M quantum institute launches at U-M to accelerate research, education

    Quantum technology promises to address global challenges including cybersecurity and energy, and it could supercharge AI.

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  5. ‘Principled action’

    A retrospective on the impactful U-M career of departing dean Alec D. Gallimore.

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  6. The storied history of a leading space propulsion lab

    Alec Gallimore upcycled a lunar rover testing chamber into a world-class electric propulsion center.

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  7. Demystifying vortex rings in nuclear fusion, supernovae

    A mathematical model linking these vortices with more pedestrian types, like smoke rings, could help engineers control their behavior in power generation and more.

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  8. Eliminating the Tradeoffs Between Farming and Solar Energy Development

    Testing Semi-Transparent Solar Cell Technology at U-M’s Campus Farm.

  9. A flying chevette

    Paul Debevec’s pioneering techniques in computer graphics and virtual production have revolutionized filmmaking and are now shaping the future of the entertainment industry.

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  10. Fighting the good fight

    Elsie MacGill shattered barriers as the world’s first female aeronautical engineer and played a pivotal role in streamlining aircraft production.

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