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Professor John C. Lee wins ANS Arthur Holly Compton Award

Professor John C. Lee has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Arthur Holly Compton Award.|Short Read
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Startup success: H3D gamma-ray imager localizes and images hot spots

Professor Zhong He has plenty of experience to prepare him well for entrepreneurship: He runs a successful university research lab.|Medium Read
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From global to local: improving nuclear reactor safety, reducing costs

By 15, Annalisa Manera knew she wanted to study theoretical physics. "I was curious about astrophysics and relativity theory and excited about particles and quantum mechanics," said the now-associate-professor of NERS and head of the U-M Experimental and Computational Multiphase Flow Laboratory.|Medium Read
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A new pin on the map: foreign researchers express interest in MIBL

The Michigan Ion Beam Laboratory has hosted visitors and researchers from many countries around the world, but none yet from Pakistan. Until last summer.|Medium Read
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Duderstadt chairs CASL Board

President Emeritus James Duderstadt, a faculty member of the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, has accepted an appointment as the chair of the board of the directors of the Department of Energy’s CASL energy innovation hub for advanced simulation of light water reactors (the Consortium on Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors).|Short Read
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Knoll family leaves nuclear measurement legacy at U-M

Last April, the University of Michigan lost beloved professor, researcher, mentor and friend when Dr. Glenn Knoll passed away. |Short Read

Remembering Glenn Knoll (1935-2014)

University of Michigan Nuclear Engineering Emeritus faculty and award-winning teacher, engineer and researcher, Glenn Knoll was remembered at a memorial program Monday, June 9.|Medium Read
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John Foster, NERS Outstanding Achievement Award recipient

John Foster, an associate professor in the Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences department, won the Outstanding Achievement Award for the department.|Short Read
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In memoriam: Glenn Frederick Knoll

We regret to report the passing of a leader, mentor and friend, Glenn F. Knoll, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences.|Medium Read
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U-M leads historic nuclear non-proliferation consortium

The University of Michigan is about to help make the world a safer place. The Department of Energy has issued a $25 million grant over five years to establish the Consortium for Verification Technology (CVT).|Medium Read
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CASL: Universities and industry collaborate

The Consortium for Light Water Reactors brings university research and industry together for nuclear power safety.|Medium Read
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Thirty-six years of helping NERS students succeed

Undergraduate Advisor Pam Derry, of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, retires at the end of term.|Short Read