by Kevin Coss
Combining animal health, production, and farm financial data could lead to better management decisions that help dairy farms be profitable and sustainable.
The Strategic Partnerships and Research Collaborative (SPARC) helps multidisciplinary teams of researchers submit large-scale, complex grant proposals.
A recent U conference helped faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students more effectively share knowledge and research with outside audiences.
A new startup incubator developed by the U of M Venture Center helps companies based on U research bring discoveries beyond the lab and into the market.
CoreBiome, which uses University-developed technology to analyze microbial communities, was purchased by Pennsylvania-based OraSure Technologies Inc.
U researchers have enlisted a few mechanical assistants in their efforts to help children with autism spectrum disorder benefit from early interventions.
The 2018 Annual Report on Research and Technology Commercialization shows the U of M's research enterprise continues to flourish.
Before we set our sights on 2019, Inquiry looks back on projects, discoveries, and partnerships that made up the past year at the U of M.
Michael McAlpine and his colleagues are using 3D printing to build organ models surgeons can practice on and make implants to treat spinal cord injuries.
Last month, the nonprofit organization AAALAC recognized the U for providing and maintaining an excellent program of laboratory animal care and use.