CNN Opinion: U-M economist says don't blame high gas prices on speculators
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project appoints 2012-'13 Advisory Board
The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project has named experts in the nuclear sciences as members of its new Advisory Board to implement future initiatives
for this historic, U-M World War II memorial program that supports research and activities related to the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
Supermileage team aims to break fuel barriers
Can a car really get 3,300 miles per gallon? The U-M's Supermileage Team
aims to find out. The team will compete in an event that challenges participants to design and construct a single-person, fuel-efficient vehicle with a small, four-stroke engine.
WEMU: The challenges of biofuels
The Energy Institute's John DeCicco, left, explores the challenges of biofuels as a sustainable, affordable source of clean energy. Listen to the radio
interview with the UMEI research professor, who appeared as a special guest on WEMU's "Issues of the Environment" program.
Crain's: Bright spots in the solar industry
EPA, DoE recognize U-M power plants for emissions avoidance
Advanced technology, and the use of natural gas and other operational efficiencies at the U-M's two campus power plants have resulted in the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy formally recognizing the facilities
for their avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions in 2011.