April 16, 2021

Research

  1. April 12, 2021

    State virus dashboard to include disparities, vaccination data

    Michigan residents soon will be able to search the number of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race, ethnicity, age and gender through an expanded MI Safe Start dashboard.

  2. April 10, 2021

    Don’t be modest, it’s OK to brag, U-M researchers say

    If something positive happens in your life, let your close friends or family members know about it, or risk having them feel devalued when they find out second hand, say U-M researchers.

  3. April 5, 2021

    Remote-friendly student project presentations enable creativity

    In a study that could help guide educators post-pandemic, students making video presentations showed more creativity and risk-taking than those making conventional in-person presentations.

  4. March 18, 2021

    New OVPR funding program aims to support, catalyze research

    The Office of the Vice President for Research has developed the Research Catalyst and Innovation Program that aims to catalyze research and spur innovation across U-M’s Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.

  5. March 18, 2021

    University research operations to expand April 1

    One year after the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses ramped down research and scholarship in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U-M plans to further expand its research operations in April.

  6. March 17, 2021

    Annual RNA symposium to help ‘process’ RNA discoveries

    The U-M Center for RNA Biomedicine will host its fifth annual symposium March 25-26. Titled “Processing RNA,” it will seek to help process recent advances in RNA research.

  7. March 10, 2021

    U-M expert examines wealth inequality-reducing policies

    To understand why rising wealth inequality does not equate to support for redistribution policies, the Ford School’s Charlotte Cavaillé says we must understand “the type of glasses that we wear to interpret the world.”

  8. March 9, 2021

    Physics undergrad proposes quantum field theory solution

    A pair of U-M physicists, including an undergraduate student, has discovered a set of functions can tighten the interpretation step, showing physicists may be able to overcome one of the major limitations of modern quantum simulation.

  9. March 8, 2021

    Vaping cannabis tied to more lung damage symptoms

    Adolescents who vape cannabis are at greater risk for respiratory symptoms indicative of lung injury than teens who smoke cigarettes or marijuana, or vape nicotine, a new U-M study suggests.

  10. March 6, 2021

    MICDE seeks applications for computational science grants

    The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery & Engineering seeks proposals for research projects in computational science that combine elements of mathematics, computer science  and cyberinfrastructure.