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LONG-LOST AIRCRAFT

Three aircraft associated with seven American servicemen missing in action from World War II were recently discovered in Truk Lagoon, now known...

First city of Detroit forecast projects faster job growth than state of Michigan

The city of Detroit in partnership with the University of Michigan today released its first forecast for the city, which showed...

Love matters: How parents’ love shapes children’s lives

Parents often put their own relationship on the back burner to concentrate on their children, but a new study shows that...

$2.8M grant to fund bioprinting for reconstruction of face, mouth, skull tissues

Seamlessly correcting defects in the face, mouth and skull is highly challenging because it requires precise stacking of a variety of...

Native American mascots, names, chants: More offensive than previously reported

The tomahawk chop and war chant by fans of the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs may seem like harmless fun,...

Fighting climate change at the sink: A guide to greener dishwashing

If you’re an environmentally conscious consumer, you’ve probably heard that today’s highly efficient dishwashers use less energy and water than traditional...

Sediment loading key to predicting post-wildfire debris flows

The mudslides that follow wildfires in Southern California can be deadly and difficult to predict. New research can help officials identify...

Scientists solve structure enabling cyanobacteria to thrive in low light

Scientists have determined the structure of the protein complex that gives cyanobacteria their unique ability to convert weak, filtered sunlight into...

Herringbone pattern in plant cell walls critical to cell growth

Plant cells tend to grow longer instead of wider due to the alignment of the many layers of cellulose that make up...

Gallery transforms into courtroom for ‘Witness Lab’ at the U-M Museum of Art

A new courtroom installation and performance series created by artist Courtney McClellan will open at the University of Michigan Museum of...

Coronavirus: Is it time to panic yet?

As the coronavirus continues to spread, a University of Michigan School of Public Health expert discusses the virus transmission and virulence.

Probing the genetic basis of Roundup resistance in morning glory, a noxious agricultural weed

The herbicide Roundup is the most widely used agricultural chemical in history. But over the past two decades, a growing number...

Anouncement

[Urbana] Learn to tap dance this spring

It's never too late to learn to tap dance! Sign up for beginning tap dance classes that...

[Urbana] Free age-friendly kitchen demonstrations!

Urbana Park District-People age 50 and better get the chance to enjoy free cooking demonstrations this winter and spring at the...

[Urbana] Sunday Morning Bird Walks return March 1

Everyone is welcome to our free Sunday Morning Bird Walks at Anita Purves Nature Center beginning March 1. All walks begin...

Ebert Film Fest to feature remastered ‘Cotton Club,’ Farrelly brothers comedy

Francis Ford Coppola’s drama set in Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club during the 1930s – remastered, restored and with added scenes and...