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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.

March 14, 2014

Thank you, Mary Sue

Student Willie Filkowski captures a "selfie" with President Mary Sue Coleman on Friday during a celebration thanking her for her 12 years of leading U-M. This video takes a look back at the amazing progress the university has made during Coleman's leadership. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)

March 14, 2014

NextGen successes

Laura Patterson NextGen Newsletter

Through its NextGen Michigan initiative, Information and Technology Services is changing the way it delivers information technology at U-M. In this video, Chief Information Officer Laura Patterson describes the program's goals and asks for success stories of how next generation technologies and service models are used across campus. Send them to

March 13, 2014

Copyright discussion

Melissa Levine (left), lead copyright officer for the U-M Library, talks with Karyn Temple Claggett, associate register of copyrights for the Library of Congress and a U-M alumna.  Levine participated this week in a Washington, D.C., roundtable discussion hosted by the Copyright Office on mass digitization policy and the issue of "orphan works." Levine said many historic copyrighted works would be lost without libraries working hard to create depositories for digitized works. The Copyright Office has urged Congress to consider updating U.S. copyright laws. (Photo by Mike Waring, Washington Office)

March 12, 2014

Hoops at the hospital

The Big Ten champion Wolverine men's basketball team brought smiles to the faces of patients and parents during a recent visit to C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.