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March 22, 2014

Match Day

Match Day 2014

The Medical School's Class of 2014 May graduates celebrated the annual tradition known as Match Day on Friday. It is a national event at which graduating medical students learn simultaneously where they will go for residency. This video shows the prospective graduates celebrating their success and looking ahead to the next phase of their training as the doctors of tomorrow.

March 20, 2014

Connected vehicle test site

This is an artist's rendering of the new testing environment for connected and automated vehicles at the North Campus Research Complex. The Board of Regents on Thursday approved the site's design, which will simulate a dynamic urban environment. It is a critical element of a joint project with industry and government to develop and implement an advanced system for moving people and freight on the streets of southeast Michigan by 2021. (Image courtesy of the U-M Office of Research)

March 20, 2014

Hail Yeah!

From left, Allison Schaffer and Rachel Bonds join other students in writing postcards and personal thank-you messages to U-M alumni who gave gifts of $50 or less to the university. U-M Student Philanthropy hosted the annual Student Day of Thanks, Hail Yeah! event Wednesday at various campus locations, including this session at the Chemistry Building. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)

March 19, 2014

Icy implications

Great Lakes Ice and Water Levels | MconneX | MichEpedia

The record levels of Great Lakes ice during the cold 2014 winter has implications for the lakes' future water levels and shipping and tourism industries that depend on them. In this video, Andrew Gronewold, adjunct assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, discusses those implications as well as efforts underway to obtain better ice and water level measurements.

March 17, 2014

3-D lifesaver

3D printed devices save baby's life at University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

Devices created on a 3-D printer saved 18-month-old Garrett Peterson's life by restoring his breathing. The bioresorbable splints were developed and manufactured at U-M and surgically implanted at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. This video tells the story of Garrett and the high-tech procedure that saved him.

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