Technique pioneered at the University of Michigan could improve outcomes for cancer and neurological conditions.
Tumors partially destroyed with sound don’t come back, in rats
Recovery from muscle loss injuries hindered by immune cell conflicts
Studies in mice show how the two of the body’s natural injury responders conflict following traumatic muscle injuries.
Longer, more intense allergy seasons could result from climate change
Rising temperatures, increased CO2 will drive trees, grasses, weeds to produce more pollen.
How well do boosters work? Depends on your genes
Computer modeling links a person’s genes to whether producing more antibodies will help them fight off the disease.
Calculating the best shapes for things to come
A new algorithm efficiently determines optimal shapes for structures.
Q&A with Henry Liu, Mcity’s new director
University of Michigan’s mobility research center has been realigned under Michigan Engineering.