U-M experts seek to meet the global demand for energy, rehabilitate nuclear power’s public image.
In this personal essay, MT writer Madeline Strong Diehl chronicles her “accidental conversion” to nuclear power through an encounter with U-M’s Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science students.
Renowned researchers, surgeons, and health care leaders celebrate their early years, training at U-M.
After a 30-year hiatus in new construction, a handful of U.S. utility companies are moving forward with plans to join a “nuclear renaissance” that seems to be affecting countries around the globe. Some 40 countries — mainly in the Middle East and Asia — have committed to enhancing or creating nuclear portfolios.
Mothers teach babies their own fears via odor, which may explain how trauma’s effects span generations.
A visit to U-M’s historic Detroit Observatory still stirs a sense of awe and adventure.