Research

The world can’t stop laughing — or at least over text.

Researchers at the University of Michigan have been taking a new approach to the long unresolved challenge of developing a working cure for HIV/AIDS by looking at natural properties possessed by bacteria that live on coral, according to research released this week.
Robin Coleman is a professor of communication studies and Afroamerican and African studies.

This article is part of a series of University researcher profiles. 

Scott Stonington, assistant professor of anthropology and internal medicine physician, speaks about ontology and chronic pain through case studies in Thailand at Tisch Hall  on Monday.

Scott Stonington, assistant professor of anthropology and internal medicine physician, explored a Thai physician’s claim that chronic pain doesn’t exist in Thailand during his lecture, “Toward Anti-Ontology: The Unmaking of Chronic Pain in Thailand” Monday afternoon.

For the majority of refugees coming to the United States, the process of entering the country is long and difficult, especially for those who have experienced trauma and then have to prove it happened to gain asylum.

A prototype pop-up eye clinic built out of a shipping container is constructed in Jamaica.

Instead of thinking outside of the box, University of Michigan architects and doctors are thinking inside of it.

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The Michigan Daily recently administered a women’s health survey to 1,000 randomly selected respondents at the University of Michigan campus. There were 147 respondents, with 115 self-identifying as female.

Findings released last week from the annual University of Michigan’s Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program survey show that faculty, staff and students are making progress with sustainability activities, though some students doubt the commitment and ability of the University to maintai

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In November, The Michigan Daily administered a women’s health survey to 1,000 randomly selected respondents at the University of Michigan campus. There were 147 respondents, with 115 self-identifying as female.

Last week, the University of Michigan announced a partnership with Chinese institutions to solve and improve global problems including the need for clean water technology and new transportation methods for future generations.

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