1. August 9, 2021

    $33M to help U-M lead anesthetic medications study

    A new study led by U-M and Washington University in St. Louis aims to compare intravenous propofol anesthesia with inhaled potent volatile anesthesia to determine which technique offers a better patient recovery experience and clinical outcomes. 

  2. July 28, 2021

    Research seed grants available to advance anti-racism scholarship

    The National Center for Institutional Diversity’s Anti-Racism Collaborative is seeking research grant proposals that broaden understandings of anti-racism and anti-racist action.

  3. July 21, 2021

    Blacks, Hispanics among hardest hit during COVID-19 pandemic, study shows

    Deaths from all causes combined increased dramatically early in the COVID-19 pandemic for certain U.S. demographic groups  — particularly Black and Hispanic people, according to U-M research.

  4. July 17, 2021

    MICDE Catalyst Grants support five new computational science projects

    Five research teams at U-M will share more than $370,000 from the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering to explore high-impact projects with novel advancement in computational science.

  5. July 15, 2021

    U-M Biosciences Initiative reviews progress, looks to the future

    In the four years since its launch, U-M’s Biosciences Initiative has established nine major research initiatives and taken other significant steps to propel the university to the forefront of the life sciences.

  6. May 17, 2021

    Harnessing fluorescents’ hum for more efficient computing

    The property that makes fluorescent lights buzz could power a new generation of more efficient computing devices that store data with magnetic fields, rather than electricity.

  7. May 13, 2021

    U-M study: Roads threaten bee movement, flower pollination

    A U-M study shows that roads and paths pose a significant barrier to bee movement and therefore substantially reduce pollen transfer among flowering plants.

  8. May 12, 2021

    Study finds vaccine hesitancy rooted in institutional mistrust

    Hesitancy by some to get a COVID-19 vaccine is due to longstanding mistrust in technical, health and government institutions, and it challenges efforts to achieve herd immunity, researchers say.

  9. May 12, 2021

    New OVPR unit informs, supports U-M research mission with data

    The Office of the Vice President for Research has launched a new unit that will analyze and integrate many types of data to serve, support and strengthen U-M’s research, scholarly and creative enterprise.

  10. May 11, 2021

    More youth report concussions since 2016, U-M study shows

    Educating athletes, parents and coaches about concussion treatment and prevention has been a priority during the last decade, but are the intended audiences hearing the message?