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A study published last month by the University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability reported Detroit, Grand Rapids, Flint, Saginaw, Lansi

Expectations of Alzheimer's patients 65 and older.

The walls of Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center, a research hub and medical center for those facing memory loss, are dotted with bright watercolor paintings — “works of art,” as Hank Paulson, the director of the center and University professor of neurology, calls them.

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Earlier this month, a team of scientists published a study in Nature Medicine journal that could lead researchers closer to a universal vaccine for influenza, commonly known as the flu.

SEISMIC held its first annual summer meeting this week on the University of Michigan campus.

SEISMIC, a coalition of American research institutions striving to create more accessible STEM curriculum to underrepresented minorities, held its first annual summer meeting this week on the Universit

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Though the future of affirmative action remains in question, pre-med students are decisive: According to a Kaplan

The United States Department of Defense granted $6.25 million to a team of University of Michigan Engineering researchers to study heat transfer at the nanoscale.

In early May, the United States Department of Defense granted $6.25 million to a team of University of Michigan researchers to study heat transfer at the nanoscale.

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A team of international scientists secured a $34.3 million, seven-year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for their international research on influenza, commonly known as the flu.

 University of Michigan assistant professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology, was one of 11 researchers in the country to receive the Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease.

Randy Stockbridge, University of Michigan assistant professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology, was one of 11 researchers in the country to 

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LGBT federal workers reported worse experiences at their offices compared to their non-LGBT colleagues, reports a study conducted by assistant professor of sociology Erin Cech and Rackham student William Rothwell.