University of Michigan research
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ANN ARBOR — University of Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman hit numerous highlights of the school’s research and academic efforts Tuesday at her seventh annual Leadership Breakfast. Of course, when you have a research budget […]
Texting while driving is a serious threat to public safety, but a new University of Michigan study suggests that we might not be aware of our actions.
Women who begin snoring during pregnancy are at strong risk for high blood pressure and preeclampsia, according to research from the University of Michigan.
A part of the brain usually thought to control movement also may cause people to overeat, say University of Michigan researchers.
The total volume of research at the University of Michigan rose by 3 percent to a record $1.27 billion—an increase of $37.5 million—in the fiscal year that closed on June 30, 2012.
“Most importantly, if the information fits with your prior beliefs, and makes a coherent story, you are more likely to use it even though you are aware that it’s incorrect.”
The rhetoric is relentless: America is a place of unparalleled opportunity, where hard work and determination can propel a child out of humble beginnings into the White House, or at least a mansion on a hill. But the reality is very different, according to a University of Michigan researcher who is studying inequality across generations around the world.
The global financial crisis has contributed to an increase in the rates of suicide and attempted suicide for economic reasons in Italy, new research from the University of Michigan shows.
Michigan’s felony HIV disclosure law is a tool to control and punish marginalized and poor individuals in criminal court cases, according to new University of Michigan findings.