The University of Michigan Solar Car team placed third in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge on Thursday afternoon after a five-day, 1,800-mile race through the Australian Outback.

The Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology hosts the 15th Connell Symposium at the Rackham Amphitheater Monday.

The University of Michigan’s Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology hosted the 15th Connell Symposium about breakthroughs in biology on Monday.

Brian Steglitz, Manager of Water Treatment Services for the City of Ann Arbor, speaks at Matthew Gardens Tuesday evening regarding PFAS, man-made chemicals that have contaminated the Huron River and other waterways

On Tuesday, the Huron Valley Group of the Sierra Club hosted a presentation at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Auditorium addressing the per- and polyfluoroalkyl crisis in Michigan.

The conference addressed the future of transportation with a panel of scholars from multiple universities.

Though many might think the future of mobility lies in flying cars and jetpacks, experts say the future entails dependence on equity of mobility companies and policy framework needed for a revolution. 

A monetary donation will help update the HERCULES laser to perform new functions.

The HERCULES laser, a scientific instrument used to study particle physics that's housed in the University of Michigan’s Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, is getting a power upgrad

The University of Michigan Health System has been renamed Michigan Medicine in an effort to reflect the collaboration between the system’s education, research and patient care branches.

In the office of Dorceta Taylor, professor of environmental justice at the University of Michigan, a poster of the University's 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium at which she gave a speech titled “Race, Poverty, and Access to Food in America” hangs.

A project created by Christopher Ruf, professor of atmospheric science and electrical engineering at the University of Michigan, will culminate with the launch of a $151 million Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System Dec. 12.

The University of Michigan community and the Red Cross are collaborating to collect blood donations on campus as part of the 35th annual Blood Battle against Ohio State University.

Brighton Resident Joseph Nunez and his son examine fossils of the Bristle Mammoth at the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History on Saturday.

Saturday, more than 1,100 students, faculty and members of the community visited the University of Michigan Museums of Natural History and Paleontology to see the skeleton of the Bristle Mammoth that was excavated in Chelsea, Mich. last year.