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$10.5M biomaterials center to connect researchers, fund innovation and fight resource discrimination
  1. $10.5M biomaterials center to connect researchers, fund innovation and fight resource discrimination

    Building on a network of biomaterials researchers and the success of a seed grant effort, U-M and UW lead a new NIH-funded center

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  2. Remembering philanthropist Ann Lurie

    Lurie, whose gifts enabled profound impacts at Michigan Engineering, died at the age of 79.

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  3. Spatial atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution will bolster reproductive research

    Most human oocytes never get a chance to mature into eggs—a new study sheds light on why.

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  4. First atlas of the human ovary with cell-level resolution is a step toward artificial ovary

    Most human oocytes never get a chance to mature into eggs—a new study sheds light on why.

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  5. U-M team receives NIH grant for collaborative research to speed ARDS diagnosis

    University of Michigan researchers examine if molecular compounds in exhaled breath could lead to improved diagnosis and tracking of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).

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  6. Is lung cancer treatment working? This chip can tell from a blood draw

    By trapping and concentrating tiny numbers of cancer cells from blood samples, the device can identify whether a treatment is working at the four-week mark.

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  7. Squishy, metal-free magnets to power robots and guide medical implants

    Strong enough to move soft robots and medical capsules, weak enough to not ruin MRI images.

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  8. Better prosthetics: $3M to develop more natural robotic leg control

    An effort to create a control model that moves seamlessly between different activities like standing, walking and climbing stairs is renewed by the National Institutes of Health.

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  9. Tumor-destroying soundwaves receive FDA approval for liver treatment in humans

    Technique developed at the University of Michigan provides a non-invasive alternative to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer.

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  10. AI tool helps optimize antibody medicines

    Machine learning points out why antibodies fail to stay on target, binding to molecules that aren’t markers of disease—and suggests better designs.

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