1. October 10, 2014

    Increased interest in hybrids among non-hybrid owners

    Current owners of hybrid vehicles are very satisfied with them and most will buy a hybrid again, University of Michigan researchers say.

  2. October 10, 2014

    For better or worse: Michigan communities after the recession

    For the first time in six years, more Michigan communities report that they are better able to meet their fiscal needs this year than those who say they are less able to do so.

  3. October 9, 2014

    MCubed research-funding experiment renewed for two years

    MCubed, the university’s one-of-a-kind funding program designed to spark innovative, cross-boundary research, will be renewed for two more years.

  4. October 9, 2014

    Grant supports U-M analysis of data from mobile health sensors

    U-M will share a $10.8 million NIH grant aimed at developing innovative tools to gather, analyze and interpret health data generated by mobile and wearable sensors.

  5. October 7, 2014

    Bloomberg to release U-M Surveys of Consumers starting in 2015

    The university has established a new long-term partnership with Bloomberg to release the U-M Surveys of Consumers starting in January 2015 on a non-exclusive basis.

  6. October 3, 2014

    The water in your bottle might be older than the sun

    Up to half of the water on Earth is likely older than the solar system itself, University of Michigan astronomers theorize.

  7. September 30, 2014

    MCubed opens public funding phase with projects in two areas

    With more than $1 million in gifts, a new phase of the MCubed research-funding program will open this month, broadening the scope of U-M’s unique initiative.

  8. September 29, 2014

    BSN workforce again shown to be key in improving health outcomes

    A new study by U-M School of Nursing Associate Professor Olga Yakusheva and colleagues confirms the positive impact of higher proportions of baccalaureate-prepared nurses.

  9. September 29, 2014

    U-M part of effort to study genetics of two mental health disorders

    The School of Public Health and Medical School will be part of the largest whole genome sequencing study funded to date, seeking to better understand bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

  10. September 26, 2014

    Muscular dystrophy: Repair the muscles, not the genetic defect

    A potential way to treat muscular dystrophy directly targets muscle repair instead of the underlying genetic defect that usually leads to the disease.