• A wetter world recorded in Australian coral colony

    University of Michigan scientists are looking at coral to determine what the effects of climate change may be. Examining samples from corals in the Great Barrier Reef, the researchers discovered between 1750 and present day, as the global climate warmed, wet-season rainfall in that part of the world increased by about 10%, and the rate of extreme rain events more than doubled.

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  • Teledriving can serve as a bridge toward full autonomy

    At a time when the general public may not yet accept driverless taxis and ride-hailing vehicles, tele-driving could offer many of the same benefits, according to a new study led by a University of Michigan researcher. With more cars on the road, fewer drivers and fewer riderless miles, ride-sharing services could become faster and more affordable.

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  • First atlas of the human ovary

    A new “atlas” of the human ovary provides insights that could lead to treatments restoring ovarian hormone production and the ability to have biologically related children, according to University of Michigan engineers.

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  • Can We Really Teach Machines to Smell?

    LSA’s Ambuj Tewari, professor of statistics, and his students are exploring the rapidly developing field of artificial intelligence with a new spin on humans’ oldest sense.

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