Michigan has enjoyed a very long romance with its campus squirrels, certainly since the days of the Diag as a scrubby wheat field.
Flooding in overpopulated megacities often is exacerbated by trash dumping. Frank Sedlar, MSE ’15, innovates in Indonesia.
In a time when science is often dismissed as mere opinion, many academics are attempting to raise the level of public discourse. So where do universities come in?
Groundbreaking technology first used at U-M is documented in a promising study destined to save babies from a deadly condition.
Artisanal chocolate maker Vincent Mourou, BS ’94, knows the sweet smell of success. And it’s coming from the cacao farms of Vietnam.