1. Two weeks in 1918

    This bizarre business of social distancing is not new. When the ‘Spanish’ Flu stalked Americans, Ann Arbor all but shut down. Nurses, meanwhile, delivered supplies to victims.

  2. Mind control

    “It’s like you have a hand again,” says Joe Hamilton, as U-M researchers amplify faint, latent signals from arm nerves to enable real-time, finger-level control of a robotic hand.

  3. Sparks fly and women weld

    Samantha Farrugia, MUP ’15, melds women seeking job skills with companies needing welders.

  4. The coronavirus and U-M

    What’s happening on campus? Here’s a curated compilation of the latest information, experts, and links to manage this temporary new normal.

  5. Fumbles, flubs, clangers, and fluffs

    Why do top performers often fall short of the mark when the stakes are high and the pressure is on? A U-M psychologist explains.

  6. Ancient beads or Stone-Age ‘likes’?

    Anthropologists believe early humans exchanged eggshell beads to affirm connections and update their relationship status. Sound familiar?