National and international news media look to the University of Michigan for research breakthroughs, new insights and expert commentary across an extensive array of disciplines.*

Professor wants to offer high-speed internet at low cost to Detroit's poor
January 23, 2004

4 Colleges Collaborate on Open-Source Courseware
January 22, 2004

Reading into the mind of a terrorist
October 30, 2003

Pamela Smock, Ph.D. discusses state of marriage with Lou Dobbs
November 19, 2003

Finite Supply
How Much Dead Stuff Does It Take to Fuel Your Tank? Tons

October 2, 2003

Peter and Catherine were great, but their taste in art was greater
October 26, 2003


Generous medicare payments spur specialty hospital boom
October 26, 2003

Social Whirl May Help Keep the Mind Dancing
October 29, 2002

Deflating Self-Esteem's Role in Society's Ills
October 01, 2002

For users who dash back and forth, a watchful laptop
October 01, 2002

A Composer Who Combines Musical Styles Worlds Apart
July 16, 2002

To Keep the Peace, Study Peace
July 27, 2002

Stem cells grow blood vessels in eyes of mice, study shows
July 29, 2002

USA Today

Racism holds painful legacy
October 2, 2003

Ann Arbor News

Feeling bullish about Mars
University of Michigan, several scientists are figuratively knee-deep in Mars' red dust nearly every day
January 25, 2004

I think, therefore I am a humanoid
U-M researchers try to teach robots simple human tricks
October 30, 2003

Science partners get federal cash
October 29, 2003


Detroit News

U-M Dearborn campus strives for unified feel
January 25, 2004


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