1. Three in one: How U-M created the academic medical center

    In the mid-1800s, U-M became the first institution to combine patient care with medical education and research.

  2. A new drug slows aging in mice. What about us?

    U-M researchers are seeing success with anti-aging drugs in the lab. Potential exists to postpone age-related diseases in humans and extend lifespan.

  3. U-M reports record $1.62B in FY19 research spending

    Priorities reflect U-M’s focus on serving society: preventing chronic disease, addressing the opioid crisis, protecting the Great Lakes, and more.

  4. Migratory birds shrinking as climate warms

    A four-decade record shows North American birds are getting smaller and their wings are getting longer. Both changes appear to be responses to the climate.

  5. Do you believe in miracles? Valentine Davies did.

    ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ is a classic 1947 film about a man who believes he’s Santa Claus. The story came from Valentine Davies, BA ’27, who believed he could spread goodwill.

  6. Be the smartest person in the room

    Two Ross graduates identify an editorial niche and publish competing e-pubs to curate and deliver ‘digestible’ business news to overstimulated professionals.