The Department of Energy will support research into better heat exchangers as well as improved predictions for neutron physics and radiation damage.
$5.1M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M
Honoring the past and sizing up nuclear’s future at the Phoenix rededication
The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project, conceived as a war memorial following World War II, remains relevant in the face of climate change and international conflict.
Nuclear Grand Challenge engages student ideas for waste revenue
Inaugural competition appealed to climate-conscience students and promoted interdisciplinary collaborations.
Earth Day Q+A with NERS PhD Candidate Kelsy Green
Kelsy talks about her passion for the environment and for zero-carbon energy sources like nuclear.
Q&A: Bret Kugelmass, Energy Impact Center
Last April, the Fastest Path to Zero Summit assembled research and policy leaders to explore climate change mitigation. This April, with help from Kugelmass, we plan to do it again.
NERS Undergrad Mackenzie Warwick named Green Ambassador
Her passion for sustainable energy drew Mackenzie to an education in nuclear engineering.
The race to zero carbon emissions
When the only number that matters is zero, this climate summit asked participants to leave their preconceptions about acceptable solutions at the door.
University of Michigan launches Fastest Path to Zero climate initiative
The mission of the Fastest Path to Zero Initiative is to identify, innovate, and pursue the fastest path to zero emissions by optimizing clean energy deployment.