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  • 01/14/20

    Earth Day at 50

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day, first held in 1970, and the University of Michigan’s Earth Day at 50 initiative is organizing campus-wide activities to celebrate this formative event in the history of sustainability and continue its crucial mission. Numerous events are planned at U-M and…

  • 12/08/19

    Nobel Symposium 2019

    Presented by the U-M Center for the Study of Complex Systems, this afternoon symposium on Tuesday, December 10, will feature eight U-M faculty members discussing the work, impact and personality of this year’s seven Nobel Laureates. Students are encouraged to attend this free event, which is also open to the public….

  • 11/30/19

    Energy Rebound Effect of Connected & Automated Vehicles

    On Thursday December 5, associate professor Ming Xu will give a talk on how future connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) might “backfire” in terms of energy consumption. Modeling studies by Xu and his doctoral student Morteza Taiebat show that even though CAVs offer efficiency gains, the resulting convenience and personal…

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