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Five startups focused on autonomous vehicle technology will be partnering with Mcity to accelerate their progress in the race for driverless cars.

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3-D printers have recently become a technology of the future, but now University scientists are taking printing capabilities to a whole other level.

A recent study conducted by University of Michigan researchers has found 20 percent of adolescents and teenagers have sustained a concussion at least once. 

Astronomy professor Michael Meyer is at the forefront of the study of exoplanets — a field that explores planets orbiting stars outside the solar system. Recently, Meyer was part of a team which discovered a new planet.

Fast Forward Medical Innovation, a team based in the University of Michigan Medical School, in partnership with the Ross School of Business, the School of Engineering and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, held a symposium on medical device innovation Friday.

University of Michigan researchers have figured out a new way to help research subjects feel at home during experiments: actually doing the experiments in a home.

Nursing professor Rob Stephenson studies sexual and reproductive health.

The work and research of Nursing Professor Rob Stephenson is dedicated to the study of sexual and reproductive health. In addition to being a trained epidemiologist and demographer, Stephenson holds a Ph.D.

In Montgomery Research Group, students are important contributors to many diverse research projects led by John Montgomery, the University of Michigan Margaret and Herman Sokol Professor in Medicinal or Synthetic Chemistry.

Dr. Cynthia Chestek presents on using high density interfaces to the nervous system for the restoration of hand function at the 3rd Annual Udall Center for Parkinson's Disease Research Symposium at the Biomedical Science Research Building on Wednesday.

With close to 60,000 Americans diagnosed annually, Parkinson’s disease is the second-most-common neurodegenerative disease in the United States following Alzheimer’s disease.

To many, the issues we face today seem unsolvable and overwhelming: inequality, injustice, political unrest and the increasingly relevant battle to protect our environment.