Professor Gombosi wins AGU inaugural award
Professor Tamas Gombosi won the first American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Space Weather and Nonlinear Waves and Processes Prize. Read more
Curiosity’s one year anniversary
One year ago the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) began the most complex entry, descent and landing (EDL) that NASA had ever attempted. Read more
AOSS welcomes four new faculty members
Gretchen Keppel-Aleks, Sue Lepri, Eric Kort and Justin Kasper join the AOSS faculty. Read more
“It is one thing to learn about the logistics of a supercell through papers and reading, but to see the features of the storm in person gives you a true perspective of the beasts you are dealing with,” says Morgan Gorris, one of four students who traveled to Texas Tech for Tornado Camp.
In June, the U-M Solar Car Team unveiled Generation, the new team vehicle. The big surprise: the driver position is asymmetrical.
Other differences from past solar cars include using four wheels instead of three, a wider field of vision for the driver and a larger driver compartment. Read more
Alumnus Raymond Roble has earned the William Bowie Medal, the American Geophysical Union’s highest honor, for his pioneering research into Earth’s upper atmosphere. Read more
Congratulations to Professor Mike Combi for earning the 2013 Collegiate Research Professorship from the U-M Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR). More
The CAREER Program offers NSF’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research. More