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Engineering Sophomore Nando Felten works with lithium rods in a glove box in the Sakamoto Lab at GG Brown Friday. Felten's research focuses on the use of lithium in solid-state batteries.

Batteries have always fascinated LSA junior Nando Felten. Felten, who is from Detroit but spent most of his life living in Germany, was amazed by the universal use of batteries.

The app is now used in various medical offices across the state of Michigan, including those of Dr. Thiago Nascimento, a pain research investigator in the University Research Lab.

Over the past several years, University of Michigan-based startup Moxytech has been developing an app that lets medical patients explain their pain to a doctor by drawing it on a 3-D model.

Users of the China Data Center website last week were shocked to discover the site was no longer available.

University Health Service announced a new service in the Trans Care Department called the Trans Care Team, which will provide hormone therapy for gender affirmation, prescriptions to prevent HIV, and other services and resources for the University of Mich

University Health Service announced a new service called the Trans Care Team, which will provide hormone therapy for gender affirmation, prescriptions to prevent HIV, and other services and resources for the University of Michigan

A recent University of Michigan study found each federal dollar the United States government spends on the 

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Jay Crisostomo, assistant professor of assyriology, studies the languages and history of Mesopotamia with a focus on the information old texts reveal about communication and social structure in the ancient

The University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council hosted Solidarity with Nurses in Tisch Hall Thursday evening.

The University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council and the Michigan Nurses Association held a meeting Thursday evening in Tisch Hall to update the public about bargaining efforts with the University. Members of UMPNC, the Lecturers’ Employee Organization and more were present at the event.

An increasing percentage of University of Michigan students are concerned about climate change, according to preliminary data from the 2017-2018 Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program survey. 

U-M chemistry professor Zhan Chen, who received his post-doctoral degree from University of California, Berkeley, pursued chemistry since childhood.

In her second year of medical school at the University of Michigan, Rahael Gupta contemplated taking her own life.