In 1988, while most of the digital technology we take for granted was unknown, a revolutionary software named Photoshop began to develop at U-M.
Forget the fiction, this is pure science fact! U-M startup Neurable has developed a system that can detect brain wave activity and turn it into action.
U-M students are partnering with a tech-savvy blind teen to help other blind and visually impaired people navigate the world.
HBO’s “Westworld” about a theme park populated by lifelike robots may be pure fiction, the science part is making great strides.
From bobcats to badgers and fawns to foxes, U-M camera-trap project captures hundreds of thousands of Michigan wildlife selfies.
Thumb-area teachers help U-M paleontologists excavate prehistoric mastodon bones, which could be 13,000 years old.