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Shipping is tough on the climate and hard to clean up – these innovations can help cut emissions

In The Conversation, NAME Chair Jing Sun explains some of the fuels and technology that could improve shipping sustainability in the future.|Short Read
MORPHEUS blocks potential attacks by encrypting and randomly reshuffling key bits of its own code and data twenty times per second. Getty Images.

Shape-shifting computer chip thwarts an army of hackers

In The Conversation, Todd Austin explains how a new, secure computer processor prevents hacks, and why it matters.|Short Read
volker looking at bendable concrete

Using captured CO₂ in everyday products could help fight climate change, but will consumers want them?

In The Conversation, Michigan Engineering experts from the Global CO2 Initiative discuss public perception of carbon capture and utilization.|Short Read
An aerial view of the Mackinac Bridge.

The future of Line 5: Engineering under Lake Michigan

How would Enbridge shut down the controversial pipeline and construct a replacement tunnel?|Long Read
hand places ballot in box

Election lessons from Michigan

Election security expert J. Alex Halderman dissects Antrim County's election debacle to help future contests go more smoothly.|Medium Read
Jeremy Bricker

How to make sure Biden’s infrastructure plan can hold up to climate change – and save money

In The Conversation, Jeremy Bricker writes that adaptive design techniques would be a cost-efficient way to face an uncertain future under climate change.|Short Read
A photo of North Campus in spring.

We must do more to confront anti-Asian violence and hatred

Supporting our AAPI communities in the wake of Atlanta shooting.|Medium Read
Mario Gutierrez consults Prof. Lola Eniola in a lab

Black biomedical scientists still lag in research funding – here’s why that matters to all Americans

In The Conversation, Omolola Eniola-Adefeso says "If science is to benefit all Americans, science first must be done by all Americans."|Short Read
North campus’ Grove and Duderstadt during fall 2018. Photo: Evan Dougherty

Working to ensure an inclusive CSE climate

In a letter to the community, Dean Gallimore shares three initiatives for a more inclusive CSE climate.|Short Read
volker looking at bendable concrete

Bendable concrete and other CO2-infused cement mixes could dramatically cut global emissions

In The Conversation, experts break down what's needed to make CO2 in concrete work on a wide scale to curb global emissions.|Short Read
Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences

Investments in nuclear energy could help solve the economic and climate crises

'To help realize our clean energy future, the federal government must continue to give the clean energy community the investment it needs to succeed.'|Short Read
Container Ship in Port

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Professor Collette responds to Biden administration support of the Jones Act

The American maritime industry has been quick to applaud President Biden's recent reaffirmation of support for the Jones Act. Associate Professor Matthew Collette of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering discusses the ramifications of the new administration's support. |Short Read