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Don R. Kania and Renee L. DuBois Fellowship Fund receives additional gift

The fellowship will support graduate students in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS).

2-D visualization of gamma ray imaging

Michael Hamel demonstrates a 2-D augmented reality visualization of gamma ray imaging at U-M’s Nuclear Engineering Laboratory.

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

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.

Graphene ‘phototransistor’ for imaging, communications

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

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.

Gifts endow the William Martin Fellowship Fund, continue funding to the John C. Lee Fellowship Fund

As committed alumni and donors, Frederick W. and Marion K. Buckman have provided a new gift to endow the William Martin Fellowship Fund and contribute additional funding to the John C. Lee Fellowship Fund, which they established in 2015.

Paul and Karen Fessler Endowed Student Support Fund established

This fund will provide need-based support to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences at the College of Engineering.

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.

Toward safer, long-life nuclear reactors

Metal alloy design could raise radiation resistance by 100 times.