In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, U-M paleolithic archeologist Brian Stewart and colleagues establish that the practice of exchanging eggshell beads over long distances spans a much longer period of time than previously thought.
Faster screening to hit “undruggable” targets
Medicines made from coiled protein fragments could provide a new handle on hard-to-treat diseases like cancer, but they are difficult to design. A new technique, developed at the University of Michigan, could change that. It can harness bacteria to produce billions of different drug candidates that won’t fall apart quickly inside the body.
Launching Solar Orbiter
For more than a decade, a U-M team helped develop the scientific payload aboard Solar Orbiter. For colleagues Sue Lepri and Jim Raines, this moment has been 13 years in the making.
An ultra-precise mind-controlled prosthetic
In a major advance in mind-controlled prosthetics for amputees, U-M researchers have tapped faint, latent signals from arm nerves and amplified them to enable real-time, intuitive, finger-level control of a robotic hand.
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Latest COVID-19 updates
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- Schlissel outlines university operations under new state order
- Researchers look for dark matter close to home
- A sewage surveillance effort to track COVID-19
- Coronavirus recession: How deep and how long?
- What are the effects of social distancing and coronavirus on mental health?
- Financial, economic actions during crisis may be rational, if not ethical
- Poverty Solutions releases Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide
- Podcast: How do people behave in a pandemic?
- Grocery shopping during a pandemic
In The News
- The Conversation Your brain evolved to hoard supplies and shame others for doing the same
- The Conversation Stimulus package will remain half-baked unless local governments get more of the dough
- The Conversation Another housing crisis is coming—and bailouts, eviction freezes won't be enough to prevent many from losing their homes
- The Conversation Medical supply chains are fragile in the best of times and COVID-19 will test their strength
Happening @ Michigan
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- Mar 30 Nationalism in Burma: From the Personal to Systemic
- Mar 31 2020-21 U-M CEW+ Scholarships Now Available
- Apr 2 Virtual Fulbright Information Session
- Apr 2 [FREE- NOW ONLINE!]Great Lakes Theme Semester Presents: #LakeEffects Film Series
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All Michigan, all the time
There’s always something amazing happening at Michigan. Whether it’s on campus or around the world, our students, faculty, staff and alumni are out seizing the day as shown in the slideshow below.
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