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Science Daily November 26, 2018

A new lead on a 50-year-old radiation damage mystery

Science Daily explains the impact of new radiation damage research done by NERS professor Fei Gao.
Michigan Radio November 26, 2018

A moral code for computer scientists

In an interview with Stateside, EECS-CSE Professor H. V. Jagadish says that businesses should do more to incorporate data ethics into their practices.
Michigan Daily November 21, 2018

Ciara Sivels becomes the first Black woman to get her doctorate in Nuclear Engineering from University

Sara Pozzi, NERS professor and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) for the UM College of Engineering, worked with Sivels to build a prototype of a radioxenon detector.
National Public Radio November 15, 2018

‘Pee-Cycling’ To Create A Sustainable Source Of Fertilizer

CEE professor Nancy Love discusses sustainability and pee-cycling as a fertilizer.
In the News November 13, 2018

U-M team looking at Benton Harbor issues

Donald Malloure Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering Jerome Lynch discusses the U-M Urban Collaboratory's progress in helping address Benton Harbor's runoff problem.
Associated Press November 13, 2018

Scientists: Wind, drought worsen fires, not bad management

CLaSP professor Jonathan Overpeck discusses the California wild fires and how climate change is worsening the disaster.
Vox November 12, 2018

This is the most important moral question about self-driving cars

EECS-CSE professor Benjamin Kuipers discusses self-driving cars' decision-making process with Vox.
Eurekalert! November 9, 2018

A stellar achievement: Magnetized space winds in the laboratory

The international team that includes Prof. Louise Willingale is investigating the role of intense magnetic fields dragged by high-speed plasmas through astrophysical environments. HERCULES was used in the experiments.
In the News November 6, 2018

J. Alex Halderman on Election Systems and Vulnerabilities

Alex Halderman discusses election systems and vulnerabilities ahead of midterm elections with C-Span.
In the News November 6, 2018

Don’t kid yourself, U.S. enemies are trying to hack our elections

EECS-CSE professor Alex Halderman discusses election hacking and vulnerabilities ahead of midterms.
Crain's Detroit Business November 6, 2018

Parabricks finds a niche to target its computing power

EECS-CSE professor Scott Mahlke and U-M spin-off Parabricks are featured.
Crain's Detroit Business November 6, 2018

The internet security company Dug Song is betting on

Internet security company Censys is detailed by Crain's Detroit Business.