• Ancient grains

    The Kelsey Museum at the University of Michigan contains ancient grains and other food material from Karanis, Egypt, originally excavated by U-M in the 1920s. Working with universities from Belgium, U-M will study the material and reassess the notion that the ancient diet was predominantly malnourished.

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  • Smarter 3D printing

    3D printers may soon get better at producing intricate metal and plastic parts, thanks to new software developed at the University of Michigan that reduces harmful heat buildup in laser powder bed fusion printers.

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  • Urban agriculture

    Gardens on Detroit’s Lower Eastside, which has one of the city’s highest vacancy levels, play an important role in reducing neighborhood blight and have the potential to provide other significant benefits to residents in the future, according to the new study.

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  • Hail to the comeback graduates!

    Anthony Fauci encouraged U-M’s Comeback Commencement crowd to challenge untruths and push back on the “egregious distortion of reality” that permeates social media and “so-called news organizations.”

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