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Arrival | T-minus 36 days
Now that we’re here, it’s crunch time | 36 days until the start of the race |Short Read
An all-nighter, the ultimate checklist and a dash to the airport. Shipping a solar car is so much more complicated than you could imagine.|Short Read
Michigan researchers have developed a series of animations to predict when atmospheric rivers will impact land, allowing for better preparation for extreme weather events. |Short Read
Don’t touch the array
Breaking a six-year stretch of using silicon solar cells, Novum is crowned with the most efficient multijunction gallium arsenide cells in team history. |Medium Read
Better ingredients. Better performance.
In many ways, Novum is a product of team firsts. On the surface, its caliber of multijunction gallium arsenide solar cells and small array set it apart from anything they’ve ever built. But what’s beneath the surface is equally innovative. |Short Read
Antarctic iceberg: Researchers explain what might happen next
An iceberg the size of Delaware detached from an ice shelf in the Southern Ocean. |Medium Read
Overview: Solar Car Team goes small to win big at World Solar Challenge
Meet Novum: a long, skinny, single-fairing solar car|Medium Read
If we stopped emitting greenhouse gases right now, would we stop climate change?
Richard B. Rood, CLaSP professor, discusses the current state of climate change. |Medium Read