Jeremy Bassis, an assistant professor in Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, studies glaciers both past and present to better predict the future of the ice sheets over Greenland and Antarctica – and the implications for humans.
When Michigan Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences professor Zhong He and his company, H3D, started selling the Polaris-H radiation detector in 2013, many hailed it as a game-changer for nuclear safety.
Gary Was, the Walter J. Weber, Jr. Professor of Sustainable Energy, Environmental and Earth Systems Engineering, believes there’s a faster, less expensive route to developing better reactor materials.
Sara Pozzi learned about the Manhattan Project in middle school and it sparked a lifelong fascination that has shaped her career.
University of Michigan Biointerfaces Institute director Joerg Lahann knew from a young age that he wanted to be a chemist.
Ruf directs the Remote Sensing group at Michigan, building instruments and developing algorithms that give us information about earth’s weather and climate collected from vantage points in space.