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NASA taps UT engineers for help in making solar energy aboard spacecraft more reliable

Source: NASA taps UT engineers for help in making solar energy aboard spacecraft more reliable


NASA taps UT engineers for help in making solar energy aboard spacecraft more reliable | The Blade

Source: NASA taps UT engineers for help in making solar energy aboard spacecraft more reliable | The Blade


Senior Earns All-America Honors in 10K at NCAA Track & Field Championships | UToledo News

Stephanie Sherman ran a personal-best time of 33:25.31 to take 16th place, which earned her the final spot as a second-team All-American.

Source: Senior Earns All-America Honors in 10K at NCAA Track & Field Championships | UToledo News


NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions

Source: NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions


NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions – Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

The three-year, $240,000 grant will be used to investigate how to make solar power conversion more resilient and tolerant to space-related radiationCredit: Daniel Miller, The University of Toledo A team of engineers in The University of Toledo Colleg

Source: NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions – Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News


NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions | EurekAlert! Science News

A team of engineers in The University of Toledo College of Engineering is working with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to more reliably power spacecraft using the sun’s energy on future missions to Mars and the moon.

Source: NASA awards UToledo grant to enhance solar power conversion for Mars, Moon missions | EurekAlert! Science News


NASA Awards UToledo Engineers Grant to Enhance Solar Power Conversion for Mars, Moon Missions | UToledo News

Dr. Daniel Georgiev and Dr. Raghav Khanna, associate professors in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, received a three-year, $240,000 grant to investigate how to make solar panel power conversion circuitry more resilient and tolerant to space-related radiation.

Source: NASA Awards UToledo Engineers Grant to Enhance Solar Power Conversion for Mars, Moon Missions | UToledo News


UT leading three-year effort to improve detection, treatment of algal toxins

Source: UT leading three-year effort to improve detection, treatment of algal toxins


UT leading three-year effort to improve detection, treatment of algal toxins | The Blade

Source: UT leading three-year effort to improve detection, treatment of algal toxins | The Blade


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