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Pinpointing coal plants to convert to nuclear energy, considering both practicality and community support
  1. Pinpointing coal plants to convert to nuclear energy, considering both practicality and community support

    The most comprehensive coal-to-nuclear analysis to date could help policymakers and utilities plan how to meet climate targets.

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  2. US public opinion on social media is warming to nuclear energy, but concerns remain

    300,000 X posts show 48 of 50 states have a more positive than negative tone about nuclear energy, with a national average at 54% positive.

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  3. Racing hydrogen cars in Detroit

    Henderson Academy students used electrolyzers to produce hydrogen gas from water and power miniature fuel cell cars.

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  4. Is lung cancer treatment working? This chip can tell from a blood draw

    By trapping and concentrating tiny numbers of cancer cells from blood samples, the device can identify whether a treatment is working at the four-week mark.

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  5. New energy

    Once derided as “forever 30 years away,” fusion energy has a new swagger. Will it last?

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  6. U-M’s MI-Hydrogen to participate in new Midwest hydrogen hub

    The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that the Midwest Alliance for Clean Hydrogen is selected as regional clean hydrogen hub.

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  7. Soon-to-be most powerful laser in the US is open for experiments

    The NSF-supported facility at U-M is about to begin welcoming researchers to study extreme physics that could advance medicine, microelectronics and more.

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  8. Star lighter

    The alum who sparked the biggest fusion breakthrough in decades

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  9. $7.5M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M

    The Department of Energy will support research into faster reactor licensing, just energy transitions, and more.

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  10. $27 million for laboratory astrophysics and nuclear fusion, led by U-M

    Two centers, supported by the National Nuclear Security Administration, will explore physics relevant to modeling the performance of the aging nuclear weapons stockpile.

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