U-M researchers have created the state's first human embryonic stem cell line, achieving a long-sought goal that provides the foundation for future efforts to develop innovative disease treatments.
On the anniversary of John F. Kennedy's 'Peace Corps' speech on the steps of the Union, U-M launches a campus-wide celebration. And we look back at how U-M students picked up his challenge to change the world.
Video: Take a look behind the scenes as thousands of students arrive at their new homes in the dorms.
U-M ranked a top public university in the world; athletes stand up for MSA president Chris Armstrong; alum Dick Costolo named CEO of Twitter; students expose voting machine vulnerabilities—again; economists predict slow job gains; U-M soccer's Arabic connection; why early retirement may not be something to aspire to; and more.
Apparently your mom had it right when she threatened to wash your mouth out with soap if you talked dirty. Lying really does create a desire to clean the "dirty" body part.
A 6.5-pound satellite is scheduled to become the first stand-alone spacecraft built by Michigan students to go into orbit and perform a science mission.
If you or a family member is an athlete, it pays to get your heart checked. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy can be silent killer for athletes, but if managed well, patients can live active lives.
Last month, we told you about the U-M Human Trafficking Clinic, which works to protect the victims of modern-day slavery. Now the clinic, with help from the US State Dept., is opening a new clinic in Mexico. There, law students from U-M and Mexico will work to stop human trafficking from across the border.