Research

Hostile Terrain Exhibit displayed outside room 2436 in Mason Hall.

Outside Room 2436 in Mason Hall, thousands of orange and beige tags consume the wall in an exhibition titled “Hostile Terrain: Exploring Border Security and Migration in 2019.”

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On March 21, reports from the University of Michigan Research and Animal Care and Use offices found that 11,548 zebrafish were poisoned by bleach, 53 mice died of dehydration, while others were given gastrointestinal cancer and a mutant rabbit went missing from University animal testing lab

David Poulson, senior associate director of Michigan State University's Knight Center for environmental journalism, discusses media and politics at the Michigan League Friday afternoon.

On Friday morning, the first annual Michigan Symposium on Media and Politics at the University of Michigan brought together journalists and academics to discuss how communications media relates to public engagement with environmental issues.

Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist meets with MCity to discuss self-driving car research and its use on North Campus Wednesday.

Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II toured the University of Michigan’s driverless car test and research site, Mcity, Wednesday afternoon. The visit was part of Gov.

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.