Scientists May Have Just Worked Out Why We HiccupAlthough hiccups seem a nuisance, scientists have discovered they may play a crucial role in our development -- by helping babies to regulate their breathing.
New Gene Editing Technology Could Correct 89 Percent Of Genetic DefectsScientists have developed a new gene-editing technology that could potentially correct up to 89% of genetic defects, including those that cause diseases like sickle cell anemia.
Pryor Knowledge Systems President Writes Multiphysics Modeling BookPryor Knowledge Systems announced Friday that its president and CEO, Roger W. Pryor, has written a book for engineers and scientists entitled “RF Module: The Three-Stub Tuner.”
Toyota Hiring 150 At Ann Arbor Tech CenterThe Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor announced Thursday that it will hire approximately 150 engineers, technicians, advanced researchers and scientists by the end of 2012.
Careers In The Science FieldAn interest in science can lead to many exciting career choices.
Awards And Certifications From December 8The latest industry accreditations and honors from Michigan's technology-focused companies, groups and institutions
UM Gets $8M Grant To Foster Data Sharing In SustainabilityThe School of Information at the University of Michigan is heading a cooperative effort by four major universities to create better methods for data-sharing among scientists and researchers in the new and growing field of sustainability.
Federal Stimulus Awards To UM Researchers Top $300 MillionUniversity of Michigan scientists and engineers have been awarded more than 500 federal stimulus-package research grants to date, totaling $301.1 million.
Science Center Hosts Free Education Day
Agreement Reached To ID Shipwreck
Scientist: Asian Carp May Have Been Planted In Lake
Report: One-Quarter Of Oil Left In Gulf
Great Lakes Warm, Some Worry
Gulf Slick Dissipates, But Where's Oil Going?
MSU Expert: Amazon Trek Shows Signs Of Hope