Social media turns parenting into ‘sharenting’…Machine keeps lungs alive outside body…U-M to grow China ties…You might as well flip a coin to fill in your NCAA brackets…Household wealth highest ever…Access to justice a click away…Adapting to Great Lakes levels…Death dogs of ancient Egypt.
March 12, 2015 — Judges want fairness and efficiency in court. People want the freedom that comes with knowing they can use the courts to solve — rather than deepen — their problems. Police and prosecutors want justice. Making minor offenses easy to resolve online is the way to address all of these needs and ultimately ensure an accessible, just court system.
Driverless cars could cut sales in half … Female b-school deans make history … Obesity breakthrough … War on words … Fake city helping create tomorrow’s cars … Did this 100-year-old film make people racist? … Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks at U-M … New tougher laws on human trafficking.
March 14, 2015 — Flipping a coin to fill in your NCAA Tournament brackets may yield better results than making selections based on your personal assessment of the teams, a University of Michigan professor says.
Man leaves U-M hospital without a heart…Michigan’s growing blue economy…Driverless research site to open in July…U-M professor debuts film at Sundance…U-M anthropologist seeks roots of terrorism…Daughter of Cuban exiles on U.S. policy…U-M president to visit China… Crowdfunding scientific research…General Mills former CEO gives $20 million to U.M.