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February 3, 2014

Wolfgang Lorenzon, professor of physics, was interviewed about the most ambitious effort yet to directly detect invisible dark matter, one of nature's most elusive particles that makes up most of the matter in the universe.

Discovery

February 3, 2014

"After a high noise exposure, you may notice a feeling of stuffiness in your ears or ringing in your ears, and that’s a sure indication that you had some damage or trauma to the nerves in your ears,” said Marjorie McCullagh, associate professor of nursing.

Cincinnati Enquirer

January 31, 2014

Comments by Dr. Matthew Greenhawt, assistant professor of internal medicine, pediatrics and communicable diseases, were featured in a story about a new treatment that could reduce children's peanut allergies.

ABC News

January 31, 2014

Michael Barr, professor of law and public policy, was interviewed about the banking industry moving away from the commodity business amid growing government scrutiny.

Marketplace

January 31, 2014

Regarding innovative leadership methods, Chris White, managing director of the Ross School's Center for Positive Organizations, said that today's best leaders find unique ways to unlock employees' hidden strengths.

Inc.

January 30, 2014

In an opinion piece about President Obama's State of the Union address, Aaron Kall, director of debate, said, "The success of the speech will be judged by the type of reciprocation President Obama receives from Republicans in Congress and the fate of his domestic political agenda."

Detroit Free Press

January 30, 2014

Puneet Manchanda, professor of marketing, was quoted in a story about how WeChat, the mobile messaging application from China's Internet giant Tencent, is stepping up efforts to boost its presence in the U.S.

China Daily

January 30, 2014

"Because most citizens experience the State of the Union response as a television program, we shouldn't be surprised when they judge it harshly as such. The parties can do better," said Arthur Lupia, professor of political science.

The Christian Science Monitor

January 29, 2014

Ann Lin, associate professor of public policy and political science, commented on Gov. Rick Snyder's proposal to recruit 50,000 immigrants to revitalize Detroit: "You want to think very carefully about what the preconditions of immigration are. You don't want to say, 'Let's bring in smart people and hope that some of them will create businesses.'"

Christian Science Monitor

January 29, 2014

Research by Gina Poe, associate professor of anesthesiology and molecular and integrative physiology, was cited in an article about a new study showing that post-traumatic stress disorder may emerge from flaws in sleep's forgetting process.

Scientific American

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