1. June 3, 2014

    Researchers join forces to study high school dual-credit policy

    Researchers at U-M are part of a team sharing a $2 million federal grant to launch a five-year study on the impact of a new dual-credit policy in Tennessee.

  2. June 2, 2014

    Colder-than-normal Lake Superior could push up water levels

    Surface-water temperatures in areas of Lake Superior are expected to be at least 6 degrees Fahrenheit colder than normal by August, delaying evaporation season and possibly raising water levels, researchers say.

  3. May 30, 2014

    U-M is key partner in national concussion research initiative

    The University of Michigan will play a leading role in the most comprehensive study of concussion and head impact exposure ever conducted.

  4. May 22, 2014

    Growing inequalities make science more of a ‘winner takes all’ field

    As new research documents growing inequalities in health and wealth, the gap between “haves” and “have-nots” is growing in the field of scientific research itself, a U-M sociologist says.

  5. May 20, 2014

    U-M researchers: Innovative gridiron giving helps rebuild city

    The Detroit Lions’ new model of philanthropy and community engagement may prove to be a touchdown for the city of Detroit, U-M researchers say.

  6. May 20, 2014

    ‘T-ray tech may convert light to sound for new uses

    A device that essentially listens for light waves could help open up the last frontier of the electromagnetic spectrum — the terahertz range.

  7. May 16, 2014

    Obesity higher in neighborhoods with more fast food

    A new study zeroes in on the effect that fast-food restaurants have on obesity and nutritional health in specific neighborhoods.

  8. May 16, 2014

    Prepping for a higher credit rating could hurt profits

    Do companies distort their investments to influence their credit rating? A University of Michigan researcher says yes.

  9. May 16, 2014

    Making positive work connections lifts more than mood

    Research at U-M shows that interacting with others in ways that foster high-quality connections at work does more than improve morale.

  10. May 16, 2014

    Research: Walking doesn’t impair thinking and multitasking

    When we’re strolling down memory lane, our brains recall just as much information while walking as while standing still — findings that contradict the popular science notion that walking hinders one’s ability to think.