University of Michigan engineers are working to make our electrified future more equitable and avoid the mistakes of the past.
Prepping for the revolution
In the news: Michigan Engineering experts May 10-14
Highlights include The Conversation, MLive and the Washington Post.
Harnessing the hum
The property that makes fluorescent lights buzz could power a new generation of computing devices.
Biden’s climate pledge: Engineers offer insights
Experts on electric vehicles, carbon capture and sequestration, and nuclear energy weigh in.
First measurement of electron energy distributions
The new tool could enable the design of more efficient sustainable energy and chemistry technologies.
$5.2M for digital twins of nuclear reactors could bring down nuclear energy costs
Virtual copies of nuclear reactors could enable smarter maintenance for current reactors and more automation for advanced reactors.