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'Green methane' from artificial photosynthesis
A solar panel studded with nanoparticles of copper and iron uses the sun’s energy – or an electrical current – to break down carbon dioxide and water. The new method could help make natural-gas-powered devices carbon neutral.
The intersection between engineering, the world and the University of Michigan.
University of Michigan Engineering's new program with SMASH provides a free, three-year STEM-intensive college prep program. Participating high school students live on campus for five weeks each summer and have monthly programming throughout the school year. The partnership aims to make STEM more accessible.