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In memoriam: Glenn Frederick Knoll

We regret to report the passing of a leader, mentor and friend, Glenn F. Knoll, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences.|Medium Read
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U-M leads historic nuclear non-proliferation consortium

The University of Michigan is about to help make the world a safer place. The Department of Energy has issued a $25 million grant over five years to establish the Consortium for Verification Technology (CVT).|Medium Read
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CASL: Universities and industry collaborate

The Consortium for Light Water Reactors brings university research and industry together for nuclear power safety.|Medium Read
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Thirty-six years of helping NERS students succeed

Undergraduate Advisor Pam Derry, of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, retires at the end of term.|Short Read
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Ion beam workshop brings nuclear experts to U-M

Eighty-five researchers from around the world discussed simulating reactor damage with ion beams for the future of nuclear energy.|Short Read
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NERS back on top in US News rankings

The Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences graduate program now shares the top spot with MIT. |Short Read
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U-M students apply nuclear safeguard techniques

Trip to Oak Ridge offers rare opportunity to test with controlled uranium samples.|Short Read
Portrait of Annalisa Manera.

New lab brings the latest in thermal hydraulics research to U-M

Associate Professor Annalisa Manera was able to take her background in both experiential and computational research to develop a lab that will investigate the phenomenon of operations and safety in reactors.|Short Read
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Radiation camera could transform nuclear safety

A radiation camera developed at U-M may be poised to sweep the field of radiation protection, and its inventor believes it could help to make the areas around Fukushima Daiichi safe once more.|Medium Read
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Purifying water with plasma

Michigan Engineering professor John Foster is working on a method to purify water with the fourth state of matter - plasma.|Short Read
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An international experience in nuclear safeguards

Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences graduate students went to Ispra, Italy to learn about international nuclear safeguards.|Short Read
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Jennifer Dolan, NERS PhD student

She and her other officers work hard to bring in national speakers in nuclear materials management who can inspire other students and describe some of the exciting jobs that may be available to them in the industry.|Medium Read