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NERS professor appointed to Environmental Management Advisory Board

Kimberlee Kearfott, NERS professor, was appointed by the US Secretary of Energy to the Environmental Management Advisory Board. |Short Read
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How crud forms on nuclear fuel

An ambitious project to build a complete, 3D computer model of how nuclear power reactors operate and degrade is only halfway through its first five years, but already the new software is tackling real-world problems.|Medium Read
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Terry Kammash receives Seaborg Medal

Terry Kammash, NERS professor emeritus, has received the Seaborg Medal, one of The American Nuclear Society's highest honors. |Short Read
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DNNG holds workshop for custom radiation simulation

Michigan engineers share their expertise in simulating radiation for designing and testing detectors that identify nuclear materials with other researchers from the US and Europe.|Short Read
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Four engineering students awarded for innovations in nuclear fuel cycles

Four U-M engineering students placed in the 2012 Fuel Cycle Innovations Research program of the U.S. Department of Energy. |Short Read
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U-M engineers visit Japan, offer aid

Just over a year after Japan raised the Fukushima accident to the highest rating on the International Nuclear Event Scale, three members of the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS) faculty travelled to Japan to forge new relationships with some of the country’s leading engineers and energy policy-makers. |Medium Read
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U-M radiation detectors go the distance

A contingent of the Detection for Nuclear Nonproliferation Group travelled to Italy to test their detectors for catching bomb-makers.|Medium Read
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NERS benefits from major gift

$5 million of the $15 million Beyster gift to Michigan Engineering will renovate the Ford Nuclear Reactor building into new lab and office space for Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences.|Short Read