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Economics - 23.05.2024
Pearl in the shell? Special purpose acquisition companies should embrace uncertainty with investors

Materials Science - Physics - 23.05.2024
Renewable grid: Recovering electricity from heat storage hits 44% efficiency
Thermophotovoltaics developed at U-M can recover significantly more energy stored in heat batteries Study: High efficiency air-bridge thermophotovoltaic cells (DOI:10.1016/j.joule.

Social Sciences - 22.05.2024
Most local officials support rooftop solar, a majority opposes nuclear power 

Campus - Health - 21.05.2024
U.P. Scholars Program makes U-M degree a reality

Environment - Chemistry - 21.05.2024
Costly gas separation may not be needed to recycle CO2 from air and industrial plants
New study offers a pathway for fossil fuel-burning operations to capture emissions Study: Electrified CO2 valorization in emerging nanotechnologies: a technical analysis of gas feedstock purity and n

Life Sciences - Environment - 21.05.2024
Public invited to free training for Michigan Bumble Bee Atlas program at U-M Biological Station
The Michigan Bumble Bee Atlas program is asking for the public's help to track bumble bees as part of a statewide community science project.

Social Sciences - Health - 21.05.2024
Youth voices concern for improving disaster readiness policies
Study: Youth perspectives about readiness for disaster events (DOI: 10.1037/trm0000515) Nearly half of the young people surveyed on disaster preparedness indicated they felt unprepared for any type of disaster event during a period when catastrophic climate disasters are becoming increasingly frequent, says a University of Michigan researcher.

Electroengineering - Life Sciences - 20.05.2024
AI chips could get a sense of time
Timekeeping in the brain is done with neurons that relax at different rates after receiving a signal; now memristors-hardware analogues of neurons-can do that too Study: Efficient data processing using tunable entropy-stabilized oxide memristors (DOI: 10.1038/s41928'024 -01169-1) Artificial neural networks may soon be able to process time-dependent information, such as audio and video data, more efficiently.

Career - Economics - 17.05.2024
Michigan economy going strong, US holding up-but inflation vexes and adds volatility to U-M forecast

Health - 16.05.2024
Housing crisis in Michigan: Report explores who owns, rents, has no home; examines racial gaps
The burgeoning housing crisis affecting Michigan and much of the nation is addressed in a new report by the University of Michigan in partnership with the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.

Environment - Life Sciences - 16.05.2024
U-M experts will share work at next week’s Great Lakes research conference
University of Michigan freshwater scientists will be among the more than 700 researchers from the Great Lakes region and beyond to present their findings next week at the 67th annual conference of the International Association for Great Lakes Research.

Health - Campus - 16.05.2024
Christopher Friese named vice provost for academic and faculty affairs at U-M

Sport - Economics - 16.05.2024
Michigan Stadium to begin alcohol sales this football season

Computer Science - Campus - 15.05.2024
$15M to fund U-M, Los Alamos National Laboratory collaboration
Artificial intelligence and scientific computing play a critical role in helping researchers address some of the world's most complex challenges-from finding solutions to environmental challenges and developing solutions that combat climate change to modeling the spread of infectious diseases.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.05.2024
U-M researchers receive Javits Award for work on stroke health disparities in Mexican Americans

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 10.05.2024
Weekend geomagnetic storm: Experts can discuss potential US impacts
EXPERTS ADVISORY A severe geomagnetic storm watch beginning this evening and continuing through the weekend has been issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)-the first since 2005.

Health - Economics - 08.05.2024
Oakland County economy logs nearly full recovery from pandemic, with more growth in forecast
For Oakland County, most of the pandemic-fueled recession is in the rearview mirror, and its economy is expected to keep growing in most areas over the next few years, according to University of Michigan economists.

Politics - Media - 08.05.2024
How much influence does social media have on India’s ongoing elections?

Health - Social Sciences - 07.05.2024
U-M hand health initiative pairs students with older adults to improve hand function
Researchers know that fine motor skills decline with age, but despite the many daily tasks that are performed with the hands-dressing, grooming, taking medications-there isn't much research on hand health in older adults.

Campus - Innovation - 06.05.2024
New $14.5M center to help US Navy overcome emerging challenges
The center will connect faculty, students, postdocs and US Navy engineers, building a community to find cutting-edge solutions to naval and marine engineering issues The U.S. Office of

Earth Sciences - Environment - 06.05.2024
Snowfall and drought: $4.8M field campaign will improve forecasts in western US, led by U-M
A mountaintop laboratory and a suite of radar instruments will study winter storms from large-scale cloud movement down to individual snowflakes in an project A new science expedition in Yampa Valley

Physics - Social Sciences - 01.05.2024
$3.6M to advance nuclear energy awarded to U-M
The Department of Energy will support research into nuclear reactor monitoring, safety and aging as well as community consent in nuclear facility siting.

Transport - Economics - 01.05.2024
More local officials see relevance of electric vehicle planning, cite costs of preparation

Criminology / Forensics - 01.05.2024
New U-M data dashboard sheds new light on US criminal justice system
A new data dashboard developed at the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research will give an unprecedented look into the effects and outcomes of the U.S. criminal justice system.

Environment - 01.05.2024
Six U-M faculty elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Economics - 30.04.2024
Overlooked factor driving China’s real estate crisis
The default of Evergrande, one of China's largest developers, set off a chain of defaults among developers, triggering the ongoing property market crisis in China.

Sport - Economics - 29.04.2024
U-M experts explore increasing social responsibility, diversity in professional and college sports

Politics - 26.04.2024
Consumer sentiment holds steady amid renewed concerns over high prices
Sentiment has remained essentially unchanged since January 2024, continuing the plateau that followed the large gains seen at the end of 2023, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Pharmacology - Health - 26.04.2024
Missing link in species conservation: Pharmacists, chemists could turn tide on plant, animal extinction
As the world faces the loss of a staggering number of species of animals and plants to endangerment and extinction, one University of Michigan scientist has an urgent message: Chemists and pharmacists should be key players in species conservation efforts.

Health - 25.04.2024
Alzheimer’s and Arab Americans: More research needed
Study: Arab American cognitive aging: Opportunities for advancing research on Alzheimer's disease disparities Middle Eastern and Arab American populations may have higher rates of Alzheimer's disease

Career - 25.04.2024
Women caregivers are stressed: Transportation infrastructure could help
Supporting independent travel for children, older adults and people with disabilities could give working women a break Study: Well-being implications of mobility of care: Gender differences among U.S. adults (DOI: 10.1016/j.trd. Caregiving travel-such as taking a child to school or a parent to the doctor-can be associated with stress and decreased happiness among women but not men, according to a University of Michigan study.

Art and Design - Media - 25.04.2024
NPR’s Anastasia Tsioulcas named U-M’s inaugural Knight-Wallace Arts Journalism Fellow

Environment - 24.04.2024
Four U-M professors selected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Health - Psychology - 24.04.2024
Active shooter drills are meant to keep schools safe, but are they doing harm?

Politics - 23.04.2024
U-M expert notes ’creative’ road to long-stalled US aid for Ukraine, threats to leadership of divided GOP

Computer Science - 23.04.2024
With AV Challenge, engineers can put their decision-making algorithms to the test

Social Sciences - Campus - 22.04.2024
Empowering young academics: U-M program humanizes research

Environment - 22.04.2024
Could automation, electrification of long-haul trucking reduce environmental impacts?
Study: Automation and electrification in long-haul trucking cuts urban health and environmental damages (DOI: 10.1016/j.trd.

Environment - 19.04.2024
Climate change will increase value of residential rooftop solar panels across US
Climate change will increase value of residential rooftop solar panels across US, study shows Study: Climate change will impact the value and optimal adoption of residential rooftop solar (DOI 10.1038/s41558'024 -01978-4) Climate change will increase the future value of residential rooftop solar panels across the United States by up to 19% by the end of the century, according to a new University of Michigan-led study.

Health - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
12 U-M faculty named as AAAS fellows

Health - 17.04.2024
Extreme risk protection order: What to know if needed
New toolkit developed by the University of Michigan provides guidance, understanding of Michigan's two-month-old red flag law The University of Michigan has published a web-based toolkit designed to support the use and implementation of Michigan's new extreme risk protection order, or ERPO, law.

Psychology - Pedagogy - 16.04.2024
Too much screen time? U-M pioneers digital wellness program for youths

Pedagogy - Campus - 16.04.2024
Keeping up with the Joneses? When it comes to getting better grades, it’s good to be the Andersons
University of Michigan researchers find lower grades given to students with surnames that come later in alphabetical order Study: 30 Million Canvas Grading Records Reveal Widespread Sequential Bias a

Social Sciences - Environment - 16.04.2024
Nationwide survey reveals fresh insights about community perceptions of large-scale solar
Survey: Perceptions of Large-Scale Solar Project Neighbors: Results From a National Survey Among residents living within 3 miles of large-scale solar energy developments, positive attitudes about the

Media - 15.04.2024
Shadowbanning: Some marginalized social media users believe their content is suppressed

Sport - Economics - 15.04.2024
NFL Draft in Detroit: U-M experts available to discuss

Politics - 15.04.2024
Survey finds rare bipartisan agreement on housing issues among US voters
EXPERT ADVISORY A new poll conducted for the Financial Times and University of Michigan's Ross School of Business finds neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have a clear advantage on housing affordability.

Career - 10.04.2024
U-M debate team secures its first national title

Computer Science - Art and Design - 10.04.2024
Sandvig, Dworkin receive 2023 public engagement awards

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.04.2024
Mexico’s landmark election: A historic shift ahead
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