1. May 1, 2024

    Bold Challenges awards $700K for eight research teams

    Eight interdisciplinary teams from across U-M have received more than $700,000 from the Bold Challenges’ Accelerate Program to explore innovative research projects that address a wide range of societal challenges.

  2. April 26, 2024

    OVPR awards 15 staff members for research service, leadership

    The Office of the Vice President for Research will recognize 15 staff members from across U-M for their outstanding service and leadership in advancing research, scholarship and creative practice.

  3. April 24, 2024

    Medical marijuana use decreased in recreational‑use states 

    Recent data on medical cannabis use found enrollment in medical cannabis programs increased overall from 2016-22, but decreased in states where nonmedical cannabis use became legal.

  4. April 23, 2024

    UROP humanizes research for young U‑M academics

    Students participating in the the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program will present their findings at the UROP 2024 Spring Research Symposium from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. April 24 at the Michigan League.

  5. April 23, 2024

    Michigan Medicine, others get $15M to study inflammation

    The American Heart Association has awarded $15 million to scientists at U-M and two other universities to study inflammation’s role in cardiac and brain dysfunction.

  6. April 22, 2024

    Survey explores perceptions of large-scale solar projects

    Among residents living within three miles of large-scale solar energy developments, positive attitudes about the projects outnumbered negative attitudes by a nearly 3-to-1 margin, according to a new survey.

  7. April 22, 2024

    Climate change will boost value of rooftop solar panels, study shows

    Climate change will increase the future value of residential rooftop solar panels across the United States by up to 19% by the end of the century, according to a new study led by U-M researchers.

  8. April 22, 2024

    Study looks at ‘shadowbanning’ of marginalized social media users

    Some marginalized groups say social media platforms restrict the visibility of their online posts, a process known as “shadowbanning,” according to a new U-M study.

  9. April 17, 2024

    Chemicals stored in home garages linked to ALS risk

    A new Michigan Medicine study finds that storing chemicals in a garage at home may be associated with an increased risk of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.

  10. April 16, 2024

    Study: Alphabetical order of surnames may affect grading

    An analysis by U-M researchers of more than 30 million grading records from U-M finds students with alphabetically lower-ranked names receive lower grades.