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A new lead on a 50-year-old radiation damage mystery
  1. A new lead on a 50-year-old radiation damage mystery

    A U-M-led team of researchers developed the first atomic-level simulation that produced a mysterious defect.

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  2. Nobel Prize for ‘the most powerful laser pulses known to humanity’

    At U-M, Gérard Mourou advanced ‘chirped pulse amplification,’ leading to more precise LASIK eye surgery and pushing the limits of optical science.

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  3. Nuclear nonproliferation: U-M participates in project monitoring nuclear reactors from afar

    Secret nuclear power reactors could be detected by capturing elusive antineutrinos.

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  4. Sara Pozzi featured in nuclear nonproliferation podcast

    Listen to Sara Pozzi and colleagues at Oregon State discuss nuclear nonproliferation today and technologies on the horizon.

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  5. Doubling the power of the world’s most intense laser

    It could enable tabletop particle and X-ray sources as well as the investigation of astrophysics and quantum dynamics.

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  6. Beyster Collections showcase a lifetime of ideas from U-M alum

    Three permanent exhibits on U-M’s North Campus pay tribute to the achievements of Michigan Engineer J. Robert Beyster

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  7. Paul Beata named 2015-16 J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellow

    Michigan Engineering doctoral student Paul Beata has been chosen as the 2015-16 fellow for the J. Robert Beyster Computational Innovation Graduate Fellows Program.

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  8. Graphene ‘phototransistor’ for imaging, communications

    New light-detecting device senses light that doesn’t hit the graphene itself.

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  9. Renovated nuclear reactor building opens as world-class labs

    Inside the new Nuclear Engineering Labs, researchers in the nation’s top-ranked nuclear engineering program will focus on advancing nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety and energy.

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  10. Lasers can detect weapons-grade uranium from afar

    Researchers have shown that a technique often used to identify chemicals at a distance could help sniff out illicit nuclear activities from as far as a couple miles away.

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