A new study shows the impact of extraneous brain images and descriptions of neuroscience findings on news readers.
Spanning 32 cities worldwide, U of M alumni, family, and friends will serve their communities on Sept. 29.
Jose L. Alejo seeks to create a platform for engineering new biomaterials and antibiotics.
The committee is charged with recommending 3–4 lead candidates for University president for the Board’s consideration.
Cities can increase bicyclists' safety through road design and traffic planning.
Michael Goh, Ph.D. has been appointed vice president for equity and diversity, pending approval by the Board of Regents.
CEHD Professor Jodi Dworkin researches how technology impacts the family and offers insight.
U of M study examined the sequential loss of herbivores, which reflects real-world declines in biodiversity.
U of M researchers developed an anti-racism curriculum for first-year medical students at the U’s Medical School.
The U of M has received a three-year, $1.43 million grant from the NSF to advance machine learning techniques.
Breakthrough discovery could improve production of fuels and chemicals.
Board of Regents to hear U of M Foundation’s FY18 report, review President’s recommended legislative requests
New U of M research examines how managers for analytics companies position their work in relation to news production.
New studies from the U of M explore youth concussions and the current laws impacting athletes and parents.
The study was led by Dr. Dorothy Hatsukami of the U of M Medical School and Masonic Cancer Center.
U alumnus chosen for demonstrated exceptional passion for the University and dedication to its mission.
A team of researchers released the most accurate high-resolution terrain map of Antarctica ever created.