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Medical Physics Certificate Program earns CAMPEP approval

The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs has given NERS Medical Physics its stamp of approval.|Medium Read
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New Nuclear Engineering Laboratory nearing completion

A $12.4 million renovation is on track to convert the former Ford Nuclear Reactor into a state-of-the-art Nuclear Engineering Laboratory.|Medium Read
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David A. Kay presents second annual Glenn Knoll Lecture

In late September, David A. Kay, senior fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, presented the second annual Glenn F. Knoll Lecture to a standing-room only audience. |Short Read
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CASL second phase underway

Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light water reactors (CASL) working to develop virtual reactor.|Medium Read
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Student exchanges cross borders and expand horizons

The Chinese Culture and Clean Energy Summer School program gives NERS students firsthand look at nuclear reactor construction and Chinese culture.|Medium Read

Chihiro Kikuchi: From here to the laser

First hired as an associate research physicist at U-M’s Willow Run Laboratory, Kikuchi’s original contributions to the ruby maser live on.|Medium Read
Bill Magwood, Director-General at the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, speaks during a discussion panel at the Michigan Energy Symposium at the Rackham Graduate School

Will nuclear energy save us from climate change?

Energy-sector thought leaders, from industry, government and academia, recently came together at the University of Michigan to discuss the role of nuclear power in fighting climate change.|Medium Read
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Toward universal cargo scans for nuclear weapon materials

Current methods produce high radiation doses, but a gentler scan has proven to be effective.|Short Read

Crystal Green: A warm reception offsets the chilly weather

Crystal Green is working toward getting both her PhD from the top-ranked nuclear engineering department in the country and her Medical Physics Certification.|Short Read
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Michigan Engineering professor named among top physicists

Pozzi’s paper in the virtual issue improved on a standard simulation code used to model how a radiation source appears in a detector.|Short Read
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Mehlhorns support NERS undergrads

"Attending the University of Michigan was transformational for me and I was aided by a COE undergraduate scholarship. We are pleased to endow this scholarship fund to provide similar aid to future generations of nuclear engineering undergraduates.”|Short Read
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Tom and Noelle Mehlhorn endow undergraduate scholarship

Tom Mehlhorn (BS NERS 74, MS 76, PhD 78) and his wife Noelle (BA Speech Pathology and Language '75, MS '76) have made a major gift to endow an undergraduate scholarship fund. The scholarships will be awarded to students based on merit and need.|Short Read