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U-M mathematician awarded Sloan Fellowship

A University of Michigan mathematician is one of 118 early-career researchers selected to receive a 2022 Sloan Research Fellowship.

Michigan Marching Band commemorates 20th anniversary of 9/11 with ‘most spectacular halftime show to date’

Most of the University of Michigan students in the Michigan Marching Band weren’t born when tragedy occurred on the morning of Sept....

Farm field find rewrites archaeological history in Michigan

Thirteen thousand years ago, most of Michigan was covered in a wall of ice up to a mile high. Archaeologists believed this...

Livingston Awards for Young Journalists announce 2021 winners

The 2021 Livingston Awards announced today include stories that highlight an investigation proving the innocence of a man serving two life sentences...

Longtime U-M entomologist thrilled by arrival of 17-year cicadas in Ann Arbor area

University of Michigan entomologist Thomas Moore was walking in the yard of his Ann Arbor-area home on Monday afternoon when he heard...

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...

Overcoming systemic barriers to minority entrepreneurship requires broad effort

Finding funding for a new business venture can be challenging under any circumstances, but underrepresented groups, such as women and people of...

New research reveals how one antibody blocks dangerous effects of dengue virus infection, offering a potential path to prevention

A team of researchers has discovered an antibody that blocks the ability of the dengue virus to cause disease in mice. The...

$9.95M for ‘smart intersections’ across Ann Arbor

Technology embedded in existing infrastructure will provide data to connected and automated vehicles, bolstering safety

Concern about loved ones might motivate people to mask up, get vaccine

New research suggests the thought of being a protector overrides desire for personal freedoms when it comes to COVID-safety messages
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Penn State students donate almost $30,000 to ‘Swipe Out Hunger’

During Earth Week this past April, Penn State students raised almost $30,000 for the Student Emergency Fund by donating extra dining dollars from their...

VOA: FDA Clears COVID Booster Shot for Healthy Kids Ages 5 to 11

U.S. regulators on Tuesday authorized a COVID-19 booster shot for healthy 5- to 11-year-olds, hoping an extra vaccine dose will enhance their...

VOA: What is the Great Replacement Theory?

In a 180-page missive posted online before the May 14 mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, alleged gunman Payton Gendron wrote that...