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Thorny technical questions remain for net neutrality

Not all online traffic is the same; should we treat it the same anyway?|Medium Read
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Professor Olson writes about the Flint water crisis for The Conversation

Associate Professor Terese Olson recently wrote an article for The Conversation titled, “The science behind the Flint water crisis: corrosion of pipes, erosion of trust.”|Short Read
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Local news station speaks with Professor Lynch about bridge safety

Toledo’s Channel 11 (WTOL) recently spoke with Professor Jerry Lynch in a segment on bridge safety.|Short Read
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Professor Li speaks to NPR about the future of roads

Professor Victor Li recently spoke with Michigan Radio, an NPR station, about the struggle to repair damaged bridges and roads.|Short Read
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Professor Daigger contributes to National Academy study on science and technology

Professor Glen Daigger is a member of the Committee on Science and Technology Capabilities at the Department of State, which produced the study, entitled “Diplomacy for the 21st Century: Embedding a Culture of Science and Technology Throughout the Department of State.”|Short Read
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Professor Clack in new video

Associate Professor Herek Clack is featured in a new video from MConneX titled, “Mercury in the Air.”|Short Read
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Professor Gronewold writes Great Lakes article for EOS

Adjunct Assistant Professor Drew Gronewold recently wrote an article for EOS titled, “Water Levels Surge on Great Lakes.”|Short Read
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Professor El-Tawil in a new research video

Professor Sherif El-Tawil is in a new video from MConneX titled, “Using virtual reality to train future engineers.”|Short Read
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Professor Gronewald explains Great Lakes levels rebound

Adjunct Professor Drew Gronewald spoke with Michigan Radio’s Environment Report about the Great Lakes water level recovery.|Short Read
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Professor Raskin chosen to lecture at WEFTEC

The Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Lecturers Committee has chosen Professor Lutgarde Raskin to give one of two prestigious lectures at WEFTEC.|Short Read
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Emmy Award for Fracktopia documentary

Michigan Engineering's short documentary Fracktopia has won an Emmy Award from the Michigan chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.|Short Read
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Professor Love on Michigan Radio

Michigan Radio’s Environment Report spoke with Professor Nancy Love about trace chemicals found in drinking water and about how sewage treatment plants can protect fish from the chemicals in the water.|Short Read