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In an effort to prevent school violence across the country, the University of Michigan School of Public Health plans to host a $6 million national research and t

Anatoly Maksimchuk, EECS Research Scientist, and John Nees, EECS Associate Research Scientist, demonstrate use of the HERCULES 300 TW laser in the Carl A. Gerstacker Building on North Campus of the University of Michigan on September 5, 2017.

The National Science Foundation awarded the University of Michigan a $16 million grant on Oct.

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A portion of northern Washtenaw County was aerially sprayed to combat the spread of a mosquito-borne virus last Saturday night, according to Susan Ringler Cerniglia, Communications and Community Health Promotion Administrator at the Washtenaw County Health Department.

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College students go nuts for squirrels, but at the University of Michigan researchers have taken an interest as well. U-M is one of several schools participating in a research project called the Kluane Red Squirrel Project.

David Sherman, medicinal chemist and professor in the College of Pharmacy, prepares to explore coral reefs off the coast of Cuba, during a 2017 science diplomacy expedition.

The Life Sciences Institute at the University of Michigan received $45 million in funding to advance their research initiatives, as a result of President Mark Schlissel’s Biosciences Initiative which was announced in November.

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As the warm weather continues, areas of Michigan are increasingly at risk for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Emily Mower Provost, associate prof. of computer science, shares her experience with emotion recognition at an event on artificial intelligence, personalized technology, and mental health in the Ann Arbor District Library Friday evening.

Two professors involved in the intersection of artificial intelligence and mental health shared their work Friday evening at the Ann Arbor District Library in partnership with the University of Michigan’s AI Laboratory

.*The title for the graphic should read 'Human Embryo-like Structures'*

A team of University of Michigan and University of California, San Francisco researchers developed a new technology able to efficiently produce human embryo-like, also called embryoids.

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals issued a press release last week naming the University of Michigan as one of

Neuroscience graduate student Emma Trammel presents research findings at the Psychedelic Neuroscience and Therapy Symposium in the Rackham Amphitheater Thursday.

On Thursday in Rackham Auditorium, about 200 attendees listened to experts on psychedelic neuroscience share their research and the vast potential for psychedelic therapies to treat patients with mental health disorders.