Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering

More Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering News

Prof. Margaret G. Kivelson elected Foreign Member of the Royal Society

Climate & Space professor will play a role in the upcoming NASA Europa Clipper and ESA Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (JUICE) missions. |Short Read
Parker Solar Probe approaching the sun

Switchbacks and spikes: Parker Solar Probe data consistent with 20-year-old theory

Magnetic flux findings suggest "profound consequences for basic solar processes."|Medium Read
Climate & Space PhD Dr. Ryan Dewey

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Ryan Dewey will provide science analysis for the Solar Orbiter mission team at Climate & Space. |Short Read
an oil rig in the gulf of mexico

Offshore oil and gas platforms release more methane than previously estimated

Aerial sampling offers a new look at escaping gases that contribute to global climate change.|Medium Read
the midwest taken from space by the ISS

Lockdown for space agencies put research projects in limbo

University of Michigan researchers’ work on NASA and European Space Agency projects that have been altered by COVID-19.|Medium Read
Climate & Space Prof. Emeritus John P. Boyd

Prof. Emeritus John P. Boyd selected as a Fellow of the SIAM

The Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) works to advance the application of mathematics and computational science to engineering, industry, science, and society.|Short Read
Climate & Space PhD Dr. Abigail Azari

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Climate & Space student plans to join UC Berkeley as a post-doctoral scholar. |Short Read
sunrise approaching the sun

‘Largest radio telescope in space’ to improve solar storm warnings

NASA has selected University of Michigan’s $62M Explorer cubesat mission.|Medium Read
Climate & Space Asst. Prof. Ashley Payne

Asst. Prof. Payne publishes new atmospheric rivers paper in Nature

"Understanding how atmospheric river characteristics will respond to a warming climate is vital to the resilience of communities affected by them."|Short Read
North Campus in the spring. Photo: Joseph Xu

Engineering Events: Earth Day at 50

Michigan Engineering faculty are hosting teach-ins on a range of Earth Year topics.|Medium Read
solar orbiter team member watch the sky as the rocket lifts off

Launching Solar Orbiter

For more than a decade, a U-M team helped develop the scientific payload aboard Solar Orbiter. Join them on launch night.|Medium Read
The morning sun rises on the Grove at North Campus of the Universities of Michigan

The coronavirus and class broadcasts

A professor's experience with the 2019 polar vortex offers insight into how institutions might cope with the possible spread of the newest coronavirus.|Short Read