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Climate and Space

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Mark Moldwin Appointed to Lead New Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

Professor Mark Moldwin will lead a new office designed to support postdoctoral fellows at the University of Michigan.

Congratulations to Our New Climate & Space PhD!

After receiving his doctoral degree, Dr. Alex Hoffmann will work as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Michigan with the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

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Natural Gas Flare Samples Collected by Aircraft Reveal High Variation in Nitrogen Oxides Emission Estimates

Researchers measure emissions from natural gas flares in the F3UEL project, providing data-driven updates to U.S. oil and gas emission estimates.


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CLASP Seminar Series

We’re proud to present a series of lectures from leaders in the fields of climate and space engineering, as part of the Seminar Series in the U-M Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering.

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Open Faculty Search

U-M Climate and Space invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position with expertise in space sciences and space weather, spanning from heliosphere to ionosphere-thermosphere sciences.

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Undergraduate Programs

Learn about our bachelor’s degrees in climate and meteorology and space science and engineering.

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Take your education to the next level with a master’s of engineering, master’s of science or PhD degree.

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Gain the foundation to join the next generation of innovators and explorers serving the common good.


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Michigan eTrek: Engineering Across Borders

Space Physics Research Laboratory celebrates its 75th year.
For 3/4 of a century, the Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL) at the University of Michigan has dreamt up and designed instruments to expand our understanding of this world and the galaxy beyond.
Read more about the Space Physics Research Laboratory: