April 02, 2020

Research

  1. February 6, 2020

    Study shows much opposition to Native American mascots, names

    New U-M research reveals high rates of opposition to not only the use of gestures and chants, but also to Native American mascots and team names like the NFL’s Washington Redskins.

  2. February 5, 2020

    Report finds gaps in access to career, technical ed programs

    A new U-M report detailing access to career and technical education programs in Michigan has found that while CTE courses are popular among high school students, there’s unequal access.

  3. February 3, 2020

    Town halls to focus on best practices in international engagement

    The Office of the Vice President for Research will host three town halls that focus on best practices for international engagement. The events Feb. 17, 19 and 20 are free and open to U-M faculty and staff.

  4. January 17, 2020

    Report shows how U-M research spending impacts economy

    More than 16,000 employees at U-M are supported each year by research grants, including about 5,000 students across the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses, according to a new report.

  5. January 9, 2020

    Researchers get $6.7M to study poverty’s effect on brain systems

    U-M researchers have won a $6.7 million grant to study how poverty-related adversity increases risk for anxiety and depression, especially for low-income and African-American people.

  6. December 9, 2019

    Biosciences Initiative awards $20M for high-impact research

    Three-dimensional tissue transcriptomics, engineering programmable biomaterials, and advanced brain cancer research are the focus of the latest projects funded by U-M’s Biosciences Initiative.

  7. December 4, 2019

    U-M reports record $1.62B in FY ’19 research expenditures

    U-M, which has ranked No. 1 in research volume among the nation’s public universities for nine consecutive years, reported $1.62 billion in research expenditures during fiscal year 2019.

  8. November 25, 2019

    Software tool can design new tuberculosis drug regimens

    With a shortage of new tuberculosis drugs in the pipeline, a software tool from U-M can predict how current drugs can be combined in new ways to create more effective treatments.

  9. November 21, 2019

    How wearable technology is changing the study of sports injuries

    UM-Dearborn bioengineering professor Amanda Esquivel is pioneering new techniques to pursue underexplored questions about how athletes get hurt.

  10. November 14, 2019

    Hearing study with Apple to focus on everyday sound exposure

    The Apple Hearing Study conducted in partnership with U-M will for the first time offer a holistic look at an individual’s exposure to noise, including headphone music and environmental sound.