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$2M to replace fossil fuels with solar power in fertilizer production
  1. $2M to replace fossil fuels with solar power in fertilizer production

    The new approach could enable farmers to produce ammonia on-site, and also reduce CO2 emissions from fertilizer production.

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  2. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts August 23-27

    Highlights include Wired and Popular Science.

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  3. Machine learning links material composition and performance in catalysts

    Understanding how to design better catalysts could enable sustainable energy tech and make everyday chemicals more environmentally friendly.

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  4. Strong magnetic fields change how friction works in plasma

    Rather than just slowing down a charged particle moving through a plasma, friction can also push from the side in a strong magnetic field.

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  5. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts August 9-13

    Highlights include the Los Angeles Times.

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  6. The ocean is full of tiny plastic particles – we found a way to track them with satellites

    In The Conversation, Chris Ruf explains how CYGNSS can find the source ocean microplastics and aid in future clean up.

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  7. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 21-25

    Highlights include Vox and the New York Times.

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  8. ‘Doomsday Glacier’ may be more stable than initially feared

    Study sheds light on the future of the massive Thwaites Glacier.

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  9. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 7-11

    Highlights include Newsweek and The Conversation.

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  10. Tracking ocean microplastics from space

    Satellites give new insights on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, plus sources and flows of ocean microplastic.