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Health - 28.09.2023
Should older adults with fewer years to live keep getting cancer screenings? U-M poll explores attitudes
Majority of people over 50 disagree with using life expectancy in guidelines for cancer screening tests Read the full poll report: Older Adults' Views on Cancer Screening Guidelines Past National Poll on Healthy Aging reports A majority of older adults disagree with the idea of using life expectancy as part of guidelines that say which patients should get cancer screenings such as mammograms and colonoscopies, a new poll finds.

Health - 27.09.2023
Racial discrimination among teens linked to unhealthy stress hormone levels
Study abstract: Racial discrimination and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis dysregulation in adolescents with overweight and obesity: does context matter? Scientists already know that the stress caused by racial discrimination is related to a host of chronic health conditions, but less is known about which types of discrimination are most harmful.

Environment - 25.09.2023
U-M’s sustainable material, color garden in bloom
The University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design has taken another important step toward campuswide carbon neutrality with the opening of the Sustainable Materials & Color Garden on the grounds of the school.

Economics - 21.09.2023
Senate testimony: AI risks to the financial sector
U-M professor of computer science and engineering identifies new concerns that recent AI advances pose for financial markets In a world where AI algorithms can already analyze real-time financial information and make high-stakes trading decisions with little or no human oversight, our financial regulations are failing to keep up.

Physics - Astronomy / Space Science - 20.09.2023

Environment - Health - 18.09.2023
Incubator or barrier? Exploring the links between agriculture, biodiversity and the spread of pathogens
Study: Looking beyond land-use and land-cover change: Zoonoses emerge in the agricultural matrix Many pathogens, including the virus that causes COVID-19, are thought to have originated in wild animals before spilling into human populations.

Health - Pharmacology - 18.09.2023
Lifesaving addiction medications are rarely started following opioid overdose emergencies
Study: Use of Medications for Opioid Use Disorder After Overdoses Among Medicaid Enrollees Could future opioid overdoses, fatalities and other harms of opioid addiction be prevented if hospital emergency departments made better use of effective medications for opioid addiction? A team of University of Michigan researchers thinks so.

Health - Psychology - 15.09.2023
Mental health problems, political extremism found in many who bought firearms during COVID pandemic
Study: Who bought a gun during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States?: Associations with QAnon beliefs, right-wing political attitudes, intimate partner violence, antisocial behavior, suicidality, and mental health and substance use problems People who bought firearms during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic have much higher rates of recent suicidal thoughts, self-harm behaviors and intimate partner violence, compared with other firearm owners and people who do not own firearms, a new study suggests.

Innovation - Economics - 15.09.2023
U-M reports record number of inventions in FY ’23
Research led by the University of Michigan generated a record 580 new inventions last year and launched 25 startup companies ranging in scope from innovative therapies for the treatment of fibrosis to technologies that aid in substance abuse monitoring.

Sport - Criminology / Forensics - 12.09.2023
World Cup kiss scandal shows allyship in sport has come a long way, but there’s much room to grow
FACULTY Q&A Royal Spanish Football Federation President Luis Rubiales resigned Sunday, weeks after being accused of forcibly kissing World Cup-winning player Jenni Hermoso at the Aug.

Pharmacology - Health - 11.09.2023
AI tool helps optimize antibody medicines
Machine learning points out why antibodies fail to stay on target, binding to molecules that aren't markers of disease-and suggests better designs Study: Optimization of therapeutic antibodies for re

Materials Science - Chemistry - 07.09.2023
Largest US investment in particle self-assembly seeks to deliver on nanotechnology’s promise
With applications in transportation, energy, health care and more, the center includes African universities and creates opportunities for overlooked talent in the U.S. The artistic illu

Music - 07.09.2023
First recording of lost James P. Johnson blues opera ’De Organizer,’ libretto by Langston Hughes
Paired with Johnson's previously unreleased first opera, 'The Dreamy Kid,' premiere recording After only one verified complete performance at Carnegie Hall in May 1941, "De Organizer,” the opera by James P. Johnson and Langston Hughes, vanished.

Career - 31.08.2023
Detroit’s economic recovery continues, yet lags other cities in share of living-wage earners, U-M experts say
Detroit's economic recovery is expected to continue over the next several years, with encouraging employment numbers and rising wages.

Architecture - Art and Design - 29.08.2023
ArcPrep: Detroit high school students survey the expansiveness of architecture
Joshua Powell, a recent University of Michigan dual master's graduate in architecture and urban planning who took part in the first ArcPrep course seven years ago, plans to start a firm with his twin brother someday.

Economics - 25.08.2023
Consumer sentiment holds as personal finances remain stable
Consumer sentiment was relatively unchanged in August and ended the month with its second-highest reading in 21 months, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Health - 24.08.2023
Young women report higher rates of forced sexual intercourse during pandemic
The rate of forced intercourse in early adulthood rose during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a potential increase in unintended pregnancies and many other sexual, reproductive and mental health problems, according to a University of Michigan study.

Innovation - Campus - 22.08.2023
U-M debuts generative AI services for campus
With the launch of a new platform this week, the University of Michigan is believed to be one of the first universities to offer custom artificial intelligence services to its entire community.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 18.08.2023
Back-to-school topics: U-M experts available
EXPERTS ADVISORY Back to school brings several challenges, from student learning, expectations of academic success and mental health concerns among children to questioning technology replacing educators and AI and the ongoing shortage of teachers, school staff and supplies.

Politics - 17.08.2023
Republican presidential debate candidates seek to make good impression
EXPERT Q&A The Republican Party's efforts to take control of the White House in 2024 begins with the first presidential debate Aug.

Environment - Social Sciences - 17.08.2023
U-M-led team receives $7.5M to predict, communicate flood risk
Engineers, atmospheric scientists, psychologists and anthropologists team up to develop better flood predictions and ensure decision-makers can understand them To reduce the human and economic costs

Career - 17.08.2023
Racial disparity persists in NFL promotion practices, according to research by U-M expert, others
Study: Racial Disparity in Leadership: Evidence of Valuative Bias in the Promotions of National Football League Coaches The lack of people of color in organizational leadership positions in the Natio

Health - Environment - 16.08.2023
Hawaii fires: U-M experts available to comment
EXPERTS ADVISORY University of Michigan experts are available to discuss the Maui wildfires-which are among the deadliest in U.S. history-and their aftermath.

Social Sciences - 16.08.2023
Social engagement, critical awareness promote young people’s life satisfaction, academic success
Study: Critical, active, and well adapted: Antecedents and consequences of adolescents' critical consciousness profiles Young people who challenge social injustice and are politically active show high life satisfaction and better academic performance, says a University of Michigan researcher.

Health - Environment - 14.08.2023
Wildfires and farming activities may be top sources of air pollution linked to increased risk, cases of dementia
Study: Comparison of Particulate Air Pollution From Different Emission Sources and Incident Dementia in the U.S. No amount of air pollution is good for the brain, but wildfires and the emissions resulting from agriculture and farming in particular may pose especially toxic threats to cognitive health, according to new research from the University of Michigan.

Health - Innovation - 09.08.2023
U-M team that developed noninvasive surgical treatment to receive highest honor for innovation
A team of researchers from the University of Michigan's College of Engineering and Medical School invented and developed histotripsy, and their efforts to bring it to the clinic to address human disease has earned them this year's Distinguished University Innovator Award.

Environment - Social Sciences - 09.08.2023
New guiding principles urgently needed for Great Lakes stewardship, U-M researchers say
The tools and policies that worked to significantly reduce threats to the Great Lakes over the past century are ill-equipped to handle today's complex and interrelated challenges.

Campus - 03.08.2023
U-M researchers play role in creating new California privacy choice icon
California recently enacted a new online privacy icon designed to empower users with greater control over their personal information. And researchers at the University of Michigan's School of Information led the research in creating the icon, which simplifies privacy choices for consumers. Florian Schaub , U-M associate professor of information, said there was a potential to aid California in creating the new icon, including a study with the state's consumers.

Health - Psychology - 28.07.2023
Mental health parity: U-M experts available
EXPERTS ADVISORY This week, President Joe Biden announced a set of proposed federal rules aimed at ensuring that people with mental health conditions receive similar insurance coverage for needed care as they would for physical health conditions.
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