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New rules for quasicrystals discovered
One of the most complex crystal structures ever made with nanoparticles, made at the University of Pennsylvania and explained at U-M.
Welcome: Ryan McBride
Ryan McBride joined the NERS faculty in September 2016. He studies high-energy-density plasma physics and is part of the NERS department's Plasma, Pulsed-Power, and Microwave Laboratory group.
New AE Centennial Scholarship recognizes 12 outstanding undergrads
The newly-launched Aerospace Engineering Centennial Scholarship was awarded to 12 outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Aerospace Engineering.