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Exhibition marks Shakespeare in the Arb's 15th anniversary Mar 19, 2015
Training young scientists to look for links between health, microbes Mar 18, 2015
Stronger ethics policies needed, local leaders say Mar 18, 2015
Gov. Snyder lauds 'thoughtful' U-M hydraulic fracturing report Mar 18, 2015
Predatory snails evolved diverse venoms to subdue a wide range of prey species Mar 17, 2015
An indepth look at health care spending by those under 65 Mar 17, 2015
Consistency is the key to success in bread baking and biology Mar 16, 2015
NPR journalist Michel Martin to speak at U-M Mar 13, 2015
Raising minimum age to buy cigarettes will reduce smoking prevalence and save lives Mar 12, 2015
U-M Stamps professor to speak at TED 2015 on artwork protesting US involvement in Iraq Mar 12, 2015
U-M students compete to find innovative solutions to public health challenges Mar 11, 2015
Build your own Siri: An open-source digital assistant Mar 11, 2015
Head of National Museum of African American History and Culture to speak at U-M Mar 11, 2015
March Madness brackets: Flipping a coin may be your best bet Mar 10, 2015
U-M awards grants for studies of adaptation to Great Lakes water-level changes Mar 09, 2015
U-M expert addresses employee poaching cases Mar 09, 2015
U-M Stamps School, Carr Center team up to host discussion on art and gentrification Mar 09, 2015
U-M gift establishes world's first endowed chair of Thai Buddhism Mar 05, 2015
Vehicle fuel economy down in wintry February Mar 05, 2015
African-Americans with 'elite' college degrees have little advantage in job market Mar 05, 2015