Copper or lead? U-M researchers create extensive database to assess the probability that a house has lead or unsafe pipes.
Ultra-high-performance concrete promises more durable roads and bridges, not to mention budgets.
Elsie MacGill, MSE ’29, the first female aeronautical engineer trained at U-M, weathered polio to build planes for Britain’s R.A.F.
With its outdoor fly lab for drone testing, U-M now hosts advanced robotics facilities for land, air, sea, and space. Plus: Robotics building breaks ground.
Helmet therapy developed at U-M corrects plagiocephaly, a flattening of the head, which afflicted two of three triplets born at Mott.
Richard and Susan Rogel’s record-breaking gift to Michigan Medicine — at $150 million — will transform cancer research.