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The art of queer health sciences: U-M students translate research through art in new exhibition

Tanaka Chavanduka was inspired to reconsider his communication methods after a trip to a national conference on HIV in Washington, D.C. While...

$5M gift expands U-M Museum of Art’s Chinese ceramics collection, creates Weese Program

University of Michigan alumnus and longtime UMMA supporter William Weese has given a gift of art and endowment with a combined value...

Online tools, community health resource guidance could help older adults self-manage pain

Providing underserved older adults with mobile health tools and the support of community health workers to help navigate local resources could help...

How countries on five continents responded to the pandemic, helping shape future of health policy

U-M professors Scott Greer and Elizabeth King and colleagues in Brazil analyzed early government responses from 34 countries on five continents to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic...

Stability, security at risk for half of children in shared, or doubled-up households, U-M research finds

Roughly half the kids in shared households may be living as “guests” in a less stable and secure environment, according to new...

Water scarcity footprint reveals impacts of individual dietary choices in US

A lot of attention has been paid in recent years to the carbon footprint of the foods we eat, with much of...

U-M Clements Library receives NEH grant to digitize popular Revolutionary War manuscript collection

The University of Michigan William L. Clements Library has been awarded a $350,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize one...

Michigan coronavirus dashboard to include disparities, vaccination data

Soon, Michigan residents will be able to search the number of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race, ethnicity, age and gender...

Fruits, veggies could help young adults improve sleep

Increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables could help young adults sleep better, especially young women, a new University of Michigan study shows.

From stardust to pale blue dot: Carbon’s interstellar journey to Earth

We are made of stardust, the saying goes, and a pair of studies including University of Michigan research finds that may be...

Artificial photosynthesis devices that improve themselves with use

In a finding that could help make artificial photosynthesis a practical method for producing hydrogen fuel, researchers have discovered why a water-splitting...

New 3D exhibit by U-M Museum of Natural History offers up-close encounters with prehistoric whales

Since the beginning of the pandemic, staff at the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History have been testing and developing innovative ways to...

Anouncement

Champaign Farmers Market

Neil & Washington Parking lot – Downtown THE 2021 SEASON KICKS OFF ON MAY 18!! We...

[Urbana] Garden with the Urbana Park District

Organic Gardens: Community Gardens In Meadowbrook Park Garden at the oldest local organic community gardens! Since 1975, the Meadowbrook...

[Champaign] 13 Thursdays in Campustown

Mark your calendars for 13 THURSDAYS in campustown, every Thursday from May 20 through August 12, presented by JSM Living. Explore campustown all...

Champaign Public Library, 200 W Green St – Downtown

STARTING MARCH 29, we are expanding hours and services. We will stay open evenings, offer meeting room reservations, and provide seating throughout...