Earlier this month, the University of Michigan took first place in the Adobe Analytics Challenge. The challenge focuses on giving college students access to Adobe's analytics products and data from real-world organizations and companies.

Cass Technical High School nineth-grade student Kameron Wilson experiments with a stethoscope with University of Michigan Medical student Sydney Behrnabb Wednesday at the Doctors of Tomorrow workshop in the Taubman Health Sciences Library.

On Wednesday, students came to campus to learn clinical skills, such as how to calculate heart rate, listen to a heartbeat through a stethoscope and test one another’s reflexes.

During the Bicentennial celebrations, students, staff and alumni caught a glimpse into the University of Michigan's past quite literally with the augmented reality application MGoView.

Scott Hall makes final adjustments before testing the thruster.

Black holes, new planet discoveries and now, breaking records. For University researchers, the sky isn't the limit — and neither is space

Students listen at the Interprofessional Student Town Hall for students in health-related fields at Munger Thursday.

Students and faculty representing the seven health science schools came together Thursday night at Munger Graduate Residences for a town hall hosted by the University of Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education.

The Treatment, Innovation and Dissemination Lab, a multidisciplinary lab at the University of Michigan, recently launched its new website.


Through discovery, treatment and implementation — along with the use of analytics and big data — University of Michigan researchers will soon advance specia

Carol Flannagan participates in the MIDAS Research Initiatives Panel at the 2017 MIDAS Symposium in Rackham Wednesday.

Big data, data science and analytics were among the main topics discussed at the third annual Michigan Institute for Data Science daylong research symposium Wednesday at Rackham Auditorium and the Michigan League.

A street in MCity.

Five startups focused on autonomous vehicle technology will be partnering with Mcity to accelerate their progress in the race for driverless cars.


3-D printers have recently become a technology of the future, but now University scientists are taking printing capabilities to a whole other level.