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Smoking, tobacco use among teens continues to drop even as use of e-cigs grows
Lund Critical Debate to examine global policing, social justice
Algorithm & Blues: Machine-aided personnel decisions aim for fairness, risk side effects
Using ancient minerals from deep within Earth’s crust to measure cosmic radiation
‘Anti-antibiotic’ allows for use of antibiotics without driving resistance
Conversational assistants could be used to improve African American health around COVID-19
UB study identifies new functions in gene that causes Machado-Joseph disease
New virtual University of Michigan exhibition reexamines photography of midwest Native people, tribes
How chaplains in US are helping deal with existential crises during a pandemic
AAAS names 7 Washington University faculty as 2020 fellows
US seafood industry flounders due to COVID-19
Difficult Decisions 101: Balancing hands-on learning and safety
University of Michigan, community partners tackle energy insecurity in three Detroit neighborhoods
Potential Cellular Target for Eliminating Bone Breakdown in Osteoporosis Found
Majority of Detroiters say they’re unlikely to get COVID-19 vaccine, University of Michigan survey says
Sexual minorities, especially women, who misuse substances more likely to have psychiatric disorders
Fish carcasses deliver toxic pollution to deepest ocean trenches
Inaugural conference on race justice to feature internationally known scholars
Fish carcasses deliver toxic pollution to deepest ocean trenches
Robotics Engineers Take on COVID-19
‘Extremely aggressive’ internet censorship spreads in world’s democracies
Working to better understand brain
Researchers find that a type of RNA monitors genome to help ensure its integrity
Global health supply chains face unprecedented stresses in time of unprecedented need
Michigan governor moves to shut down Straits of Mackinac pipelines
How social factors impact our genes – and our health
When developers seem fair, new tech looks less risky
Sugar work: University of Michigan study finds sugar remodels molecular memory in fruit flies
Large-scale nest study shows that noise and light pollution alter bird reproduction
Ad-free, censorship-free social sites MeWe, Parler see surge in interest postelection
Glioblastoma nanomedicine crosses into brain in mice, eradicates recurring brain cancer
Legal challenge to Affordable Care Act threatens women’s reproductive health care
Hurricane-tracking CYGNSS satellite system gets NASA renewal as it expands its reach
Monumental outdoor sculpture by Jaume Plensa to change face of University of Michigan Museum of Art
Study: Hydroxychloroquine Doesn’t Help COVID-19 Inpatients
Return to sports after COVID-19: cardiologists’ recommendations
Key to predicting future climate: Look back millions of years
Genetic testing: Employee perk or privacy hazard?
For elderly couples, negative thoughts about aging can be detrimental to their spouses
Swing state: Michigan voters critical to presidential, US Senate race outcomes
Pandemic exposed weakness in ensuring healthy food access in child care
Consumer sentiment: Fear and loathing in America
Researchers, others examine ways to scale up COVID-19 testing to meet demand
Vital Signs: We’ll never cut unemployment to 0%, but less than 4% should be our goal
What should a presidential policy to lower drug costs include?
Higher vitamin D levels in first year of life could help against obesity in adolescence
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium, Including Berkeley Lab, Receives $18M From U.S. DOE
DOE awards $18 million to LaserNetUS consortium