1. May 2, 2023

    Crash-prone Ann Arbor intersection is basis for driving simulation

    U-M researchers have developed the first statistically realistic roadway simulation, based on data collected at a particularly perilous intersection on the south side of Ann Arbor.

  2. May 1, 2023

    Life Sciences Innovation Hub awards $1M to biomedical projects

    The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization Life Sciences Innovation Hub at U-M awarded nearly $1 million to support and advance six translational research projects.

  3. April 27, 2023

    $130 million Electric Vehicle Center launching at U-M

    In an effort to cultivate a robust electric vehicle ecosystem in the state where the modern auto industry was born, the University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center launched April 27.

  4. April 26, 2023

    Youth Policy Lab to evaluate state child welfare program

    In an effort to reduce child maltreatment recidivism and foster care placement, U-M’s Youth Policy Lab will evaluate a new Michigan Department of Health and Human Services program called SafeCare.

  5. April 26, 2023

    OVPR awards 12 staff members for research service, leadership

    The Office of the Vice President for Research will honor 12 staff members from across U-M for their exceptional service and leadership in support of research, scholarship and creative practice.

  6. April 20, 2023

    $2.3M grant will help U-M researcher define ‘RNA alphabet’

    U-M pediatric neurologist Vivian Cheung is launching an international project to identify the full range of RNA building blocks inside human cells.

  7. April 20, 2023

    Humanizing research, UROP empowers young academics

    About 1,300 mentors and mentees presented their projects April 19 at this year’s UROP symposium, “Humanizing Research: The Quest for Authentic Action.”

  8. April 17, 2023

    Boost seeks applications for research development support

    The Bold Challenges Initiative is seeking applications for its Boost program, which can assist transdisciplinary projects that have substantial potential to produce highly competitive proposals for large-scale external funding.

  9. April 11, 2023

    Upgraded school buses linked to increased student attendance

    Replacing all of the oldest school buses in the nation could lead to 1.3 million fewer daily absences annually, according to a study by School of Public Health researchers.

  10. March 29, 2023

    Grad student wins national award for fruit fly research

    Graduate student Maria Ahmed is one of 12 recipients of the Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award for outstanding achievement in graduate studies in the biological sciences.