Research by the University of Michigan School of Public Health that seeks to identify better methods to predict the toxic effects of certain chemicals on reproduction and behavior in mammals, fish and avian wildlife is one of eight projects to receive a share of $11 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Preschool children exposed to domestic violence and additional traumatic events are at increased risk for developing traumatic stress disorder, a new University of Michigan study shows.
Morley Cos. Inc. has acquired the AT&T office complex at 4075 Bay Road in Saginaw Township. The building, which was originally constructed as a Midwestern headquarters for information technology and customer contact services, will accommodate Morley’s growing pipeline of future projects.
A local study appearing in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine supports the use of whole-body hypothermia in full-term, oxygen-deprived newborns.
An international research team from Michigan State University has developed a new protein that they say has the potential to combat deadly flu epidemics.
Metro Detroiters are being offered an opportunity to help researchers to refine cancer prevention.
The University of Windsor is getting more than $1 million to improve the production of lightweight auto parts.
A new study into treatment for alcoholism is rocking the rehab world
Gale, part of Cengage Learning and a leading publisher of research and reference resources for libraries, schools and businesses, today announced DemographicsNow: Business & People, an online business and residential reference tool that provides detailed demographic data on more than 23 million businesses and 206 million consumers.
University of Michigan researchers will use computer modeling and patient surveys to study health and economic outcomes for screening of Krabbe disease, Pompe disease and phenylketonuria.