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U-M BLiSS team wins NASA Moon to Mars challenge grant

U-M BLiSS team wins NASA Moon to Mars challenge grant

The University of Michigan’s Bioastronautics and Life Support System (BLiSS) team is a student-run research team designing, building, and testing deep-space habitat prototype technology.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Jamie Ward will continue research at CLaSP in the Precipitation Extremes and Climate Dynamics group.
‘Now is the moment. So what do we do?’

‘Now is the moment. So what do we do?’

In a letter to the community, Dean Gallimore shares his reaction to the last few weeks in America, and what we all must do to make progress.
Help eradicate the virus of racism

Help eradicate the virus of racism

As scientists and engineers, we have an obligation to focus on solving this big societal problem.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Hongyang Zhou will work on space weather model development at the University of Helsinki, Finland.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Alicia Petersen will begin a research position at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Albuquerque, NM this fall.
Prof. Margaret G. Kivelson elected Foreign Member of the Royal Society

Prof. Margaret G. Kivelson elected Foreign Member of the Royal Society

Climate & Space professor will play a role in the upcoming NASA Europa Clipper and ESA Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (JUICE) missions.
Switchbacks and spikes: Parker Solar Probe data consistent with 20-year-old theory

Switchbacks and spikes: Parker Solar Probe data consistent with 20-year-old theory

Magnetic flux findings suggest “profound consequences for basic solar processes.”
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Ryan Dewey will provide science analysis for the Solar Orbiter mission team at Climate & Space.
Offshore oil and gas platforms release more methane than previously estimated

Offshore oil and gas platforms release more methane than previously estimated

Aerial sampling offers a new look at escaping gases that contribute to global climate change.