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Hurricane Florence approaching the east coast. Photo courtesy of the NOAA

Hurricane Florence: U-M researchers forecast impacts

More than 2 million people could lose power, and flooding is the major concern for several reasons. | Medium Read

Illustration of outlined bacteria under a microscope
The threat that never sleeps: Can science stop superbugs?

Traditional antibiotics are losing the battle with bacteria and Michigan engineers are stepping into the breach.

The Washington Post September 12, 2018
The Latest: 5.4M people under hurricane watches, warnings
Associate Professor of IOE and CEE Seth Guikema discusses the impact of Hurricane Florence.
Newsweek September 13, 2018
Is Trump taking on Russia? President authorizes sanctions on countries that interfere in elections
EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman says if Russia plans to interfere in U.S. midterms, they're probably already in our election systems.
Michigan Radio September 12, 2018
The science behind Michigan’s northern lights display tonight
CLaSP Associate Professor Justin Kasper provides insight to a northern lights display in Michigan.
The Washington Post September 12, 2018
Less snow prompts push to lengthen Grand Canyon visit season
Climate Scientist and Dean of the School for Environment and Sustainability Jonathan Overpeck explains the impact climate change will have on the Grand Canyon.