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Humankind's first mission to touch the sun

U-M professor Justin Kasper leads the NASA team assigned to scoop up and decipher samples of the Sun's atmosphere as part of the historic Parker Solar Probe mission.

James Gose studies the multiphase flow of water through a specially built system in the Marine Hydrodynamics Laboratory

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Professor Sick's research group look at their findings. Photo: Joseph Xu

‘Carbon negative, dollar positive’

A new U-M initiative aspires to turn a greenhouse gas into profitable products.

Two-wheeled teacher

Levi Weintraub (MS BSE '06) has put his incredibly accomplished tech career on hold for an epic trans-African journey that's stoking his passion for travel and educating a cohort of aspiring African tech professionals.