The University of Michigan’s Nuclear Engineering Laboratory in Ann Arbor finds its perfect fit—in a former nuclear reactor
Employees seeking to boost their productivity at work should take a nap—yes, sleeping on the job can be a good thing
For decades, scientists have known that ET-743, a compound extracted from a marine invertebrate called a mangrove tunicate, can kill cancer cells. The drug has been approved for use in patients in Europe and is in clinical trials in the U.S.
New report shows how to support collaborative research.
Research highlights a new link between plants and the atmosphere
In certain types of cancer, nerves and cancer cells enter an often lethal and intricate waltz where cancer cells and nerves move toward one another and eventually engage in such a way that the cancer cells enter the nerves.
Have you ever wondered if your dad's fight with prostate cancer means you could face the same reality? Perhaps your family has several members who have struggled with obesity and you wonder if it's something you inherited or if it's caused by the environment.
Human lung organoids may help scientists learn more about lung diseases, test new drugs.
Whether you're baking bread or building an organism, the key to success is consistently adding ingredients in the correct order and in the right amounts, according to a new genetic study by University of Michigan researchers.