Research

Self Driving Cars

For the month of February, the University of Michigan, partnered with Mcity, will be hosting various online “teach-outs” regarding research on self-driving cars and the implementation of such technology in contemporary society.

 From left to right: Juan Schlebusch, Andries Coetzee, Silvana Schlebush, Lorenzo García-Amaya, Nicholas Henriksen, Marta Myburgh, Jenifer Schlebush.

Near an isolated desert in Patagonia, Argentina, a unique community which, in 1980, was classified as virtually “extinct,” still resides.

U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Ann Arbor, announced a $2,574,300 grant for the University of Michigan’s research on automated cars.

On Friday, U.S. Rep.

Nuclear Nonproliferation

The University of Michigan began spearheading a new $25 million nuclear nonproliferation program earlier this year to further nuclear research and prepare students to join

Lauren Knapp, Postdoctoral researcher at the U-M Energy Institute, talks about American attitudes toward renewable energy at Weill Hall Friday.

Fifteen students, professors, researchers and community members gathered in Weill Hall Friday to listen to Lauren Knapp, a researcher at the Energy Institute, present discoveries on American behaviors and attitudes towards energy.

 

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The Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan awarded Catalyst Grants to four cross-disciplinary sustainability projects this January.

A recent study administered by a team of professors and students found that it may be easier to detect one’s susceptibility to influenza by simply looking at the bacteria present within the throat and nose.

A recent study administered by a team of professors and students within the School of Public Health and the Nicaragua Ministry of Health found that it may be easier to detect one’s susceptibility to influenza by simply looking at the bacteria present within the throat and nose.

federal government fund for university research

The partial federal government shutdown is affecting a number of U.S. agencies, including ones that fund research at the University of Michigan.

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Researchers at the University of Michigan are leading a national collaborative effort to study firearm injury and death among children and teens.

A University of Michigan study published last Friday found anywhere from 60 to 80 percent of patients are not completely truthful with their doctors.

A University of Michigan study published last Friday found anywhere from 60 to 80 percent of patients are not completely truthful with their doctors.