The techniques of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and horizontal drilling have come together over the
In one minute, U-M scientists can convert algae into biocrude – a process that takes decades in nature.
In this series of videos, U-M Professor Perry Samson explores the phenomena of “extreme weather” and how an increase in overall
7.5 million people were left without power in the wake of Super Storm Sandy, and turning the lights back on
Converting algae to biofuel could be a sustainable solution to the need for liquid fuel in the United States,
Aerospace Engineering researchers are developing a method to harvest the energy of the human heart to power pacemakers,
In these nine chapters, Don Siegel discusses the challenges and opportunities in developing battery-operated products.
A smart filter with a shape-shifting surface that can separate oil and water using gravity alone, an advancement that could be useful in
U-M researchers are developing methods for disabling Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) using electromagnetic waves.
High temperatures and extreme weather often results in power blackouts. U-M Professor Ian Hiskens discusses the pitfalls of the